First off; it sounds like you are answering your question. Perhaps this would be better as a hub than a question in that case.
Second; to obtain a single answer, breaking it down can be useful. Knowing the right question is critical to getting the answer you are seeking. Knowing what you need to know then becomes the question. What it is you are asking can only be answered within the confines of the question. Conversely, if you are not specific, the answer you receive can be horribly vague.
Lastly; the conclusion you have drawn is one of the things I find utterly deplorable about our current set of social, religious, and scientific ideals. We tend to think that in order to answer questions we must narrow the field as much as possible. "Because things in the realm of God could not possibly be explained by science and vice-verse." I feel we need to shed this idea. Until we learn that all things are connected, and all truths from all perspectives are intermingled in this symphony we call life, we will remain in the dark with a tiny flashlight we call perspective.
Maybe then we will be able to stop fighting over our beliefs. For fighting never brings understanding of anything but the battle.
Oh, and I almost forgot! A wrong question can have a right answer. It just isn't the answer you're looking for.