American Scientist Online – Evolution, Religion and Free Will surveys eminent evolutionary biologists on their beliefs about religion, evolution and free will.

Quite an interesting read. I particularly like two ideas in the article. One reveals that most surveyed believe religion is a product of evolution and see no inevitable conflict between the two. The other idea is that having choice is not free will, because the choice is still predetermined. This is obvious, but I had been looking for a good way to describe this situation. Also, like most surveyed, I still conflate choice with free will. I may change this opinion if I ever get proof otherwise, until then my genetics demand that I assert my possession of free will.