Reality is an investigation of the world around and inside you, seen and unseen. It explores our internal concepts of reality: the real-world reality around us and the role of a supernatural reality; both from the viewpoint of the scientist and the Christian theologian.
Reality explores how randomness is the ultimate limit of understanding in science and should be regarded as holy to the theologian. This randomness also extends to how change, over time, comes about and while biological evolution is the special theory of evolution, in fact, everything changes over time via randomness, entropy, and evolution.
Science is the best (if flawed because people are imperfect) method to understand the physical world. Theology is the best (if flawed because people are imperfect) method to understand the unseen supernatural reality. Both sides need to observe the firewall that separates them.