The Templeton foundation has published a 13 essay booklet on the topic edited by Michael Shermer.
On the “Yes” side
- Victor Stenger: Yes. Worse. Science renders belief in God incoherent.
- Steven Pinker: Yes, if by science we include secular reason and knowledge.
- Pervez Hoodbhoy: Not necessarily. You must find a science-compatible God.
- Stuart Kauffman: No, if we redefine God as creativity in the universe.
- Chrisopher Hitchens: No, but it should.
- Michael Shermer: It depends: belief no, God yes.
On the “No” side
- Mary Midgley: Of course not, belief in God is not a scientific question.
- Kenneth Miller: Of course not. Science expands our appreciation of the Divine.
- William D. Phillips: Absolutely not! Belief in God is not a scientific matter.
- Robert Sapolsky: No. Belief offers something that science doesn’t.
- Jerome Groopman: No. Not at all.
- Keith Ward: No.
- Christoph Cardinal Schönborn: No.
You may read all the essays online, order a copy of the booklet, or download a PDFs.