We know more about the universe than any people ever knew. We have more command over the functioning of the Earth than any people ever had. Yet we are less intimate with the universe than peoples of prior times. This can be seen in the work of scientists who write with great insight into the earlier phases of the universe and then remark that the more we know about the universe, the less meaning it seems to have... Now that this awareness of the epic dimension of the evolutionary process begins to be seriously considered, a new world of understanding appears on the horizon. My first thought is that we not try to write theology at this moment. My thought is that we celebrate the glory of the universe that is there before us. We need have no doubt of the appropriateness of our celebration of the sacred in this epic narrative. Here we join the great wisdom traditions of the past. In the Epic of Evolution, science becomes a wisdom.