I am a committed student of science and have been a member of the American Physical Society for 40 years. As a practicing applied physicist, I enjoy reading Physics Today and the weekly email alerts. I am also a practicing Christian, like William Newsome of Stanford University and Tom McLeish of Durham University.

I have always claimed that if Physics Today is to remain open-minded to worldviews other than the ontological naturalist approach,1 it needs to consider other views such as those of Newsome, McLeish, and John Polkinghorne. Those scientists adhere to a Judeo-Christian worldview in the tradition of Michael Faraday, Johannes Kepler, James Clerk Maxwell, and others.

You have finally done it. Thank you very much for publishing McLeish’s commentary “Thinking differently about science and religion” in your February 2018 issue.

1.
See, for example,
L. M.
Krauss
, “
Cosmic humility
,”
APS News
(April
2017
), p.
8
.
2.
Tom
McLeish
,
Physics Today
71
(
2
),
10
(
2018
).