According to Buie:
Some would have you think that faith and reason are like oil and water. This simply isn't the case. Some of the greatest minds in history have employed faith to advance the frontiers of science. Many of the greatest scientists in history are people with a deep faith, not just in their science, but also in God.For Buie, then, the fact that some scientists were religious is a reason to think that their faith played a role in their scientific research and that, in turn, is a reason to think that reason (science) requires faith (religion).
What do you make of Buie's argument? Is it any good?