The religion that is married to science today will be a widow tomorrow. The sciences in their multiple theories and forms come and go. Biology in the year 2050 may (will?) be as different from the biology of today as the religion of today is from the religion of 1850. But the religion that is divorced from science today will leave no offspring tomorrow.

Science and Religion: A Critical Survey

The most persistent misapprehension about God and creation ... is that the knowledge of causal mechanism automatically excludes any possibility that God is acting in a particular situation.

Professor of Genetics

I am personally persuaded that a super intelligent Creator exists beyond and within the cosmos, and that the rich context of congeniality shown by our universe, permitting and encouraging the existence of self-conscious life, is part of the Creator’s design and purpose.

Professor Emeritus of Astronomy and History of Science