Megan, you have caught me with my own argument! When you said that Haggard and Dawkins were using identical arguments I was going to reply "but Haggard says this is the only answer - it always was and will be forever, while Dawkins says this is the best answer we have right now but we may have to update it later on". And then you catch me making a categorical statement. Oh well, I suppose I get carried away with my enthusiasm sometimes.
What I was trying to say was that if someone believes in both evolution and spirituality they are faced with two mutually exclusive options, both of which are ridiculous. I do not believe stones have spirits, and how do we work out at what stage in the evolution of man god decided "OK, they are making progress now, let's give them souls". In a round about way I was saying that logically it is not possible to believe in both evolution and spirituality.
As an atheist I have not spent much time in this forum, but I see that there is a very long thread about creation, evolution and spirituality which I must read through. I suppose the argument I have made here might well have been made in that thread already. If so, I aplogise for rehashing it here.