In a New York Times Blog, Michael P. Lynch navigates through the often explosive discussion between Science and Faith well. He goes on to say,
Nonetheless, appealing to the utility of science is a good start: it is the right sort of reason, even if it is, by itself, insufficient.
Either way, let’s all get along. It is no longer the medieval ages, science is not the dark arts and Christians aren’t burning people at the stake.
Let’s just agree to disagree. When in Rome. Blah.