The science is merely discovering the architecture, but reveals little of the Architect, God Himself. Carl Yung, the noted Swiss Physician and Psychologist, opined that there was within all humans, a collective subconscious. He was onto the same thing.
Most organised religions tap into this architecture, for good purpose, much of the time. Religous belief systems, evolved into civil laws, structure many aspects of man's lives. True in primitive and advanced societies, for good and for evil.
Start quick ramble - Carl Yung...collective thought...the Great Mind...the One Mind...God in us all...the soul, perhaps that bit of the collective that resides in us all, and returns to the collective...reincarnation, not in a strict sense but as a reformulation of the energy of The Spirit or soul. - /ramble
Years ago a very close friend and I were working on an admittedly junk science book. The working title was "The Off The Wall Book Of Physics" although that was really a misnomner. Over the course of about a year it became more a book on philosophy and theology. We had concoted rather intricate models of Life, The Universe, and Everything to steal a phrase.
Sadly the work came to an end when my friend, who at one time was a very intelligent fellow, went quite mad while trying to resolve some of the Great Mysteries and moved to a different level via a shotgun in his mouth.
I'd add that before working with this fellow I had quite a fascination with a philosophy teacher in college. She never groomed, barely bathed and wore ragged clothes, basically whatever happened to be handy. Her holy grail was to reduce logic to mathmatics.
Before we finally parted she warned me that to those not strong of faith or mind, pondering The Great Mysteries could prove fatal. One might become so abosorbed in thought one might go mad.
That's what happened to the fellow I was writing about. Ever since his death I backed off and now only occasionally dip my toe in the pool.