By this point some readers will be tired of all these questions about what is true and what is not true, what can be known and what cannot be known. Some will long since have concluded that science is the only reliable guide to knowledge and will be impatient with religious claims and religious reasons. Others will feel just as strongly that ‘the heart has its reasons that Reason knows not of’ (Pascal). Others may have become agnostic, or just exhausted, in light of the complex and apparently unresolvable debates between scientists and religious traditions.