"I was recently asked to speak at a Catholic college at a symposium on science and religion... I discovered that I had been assigned the title Science Enriching Faith. In spite of my initial qualms, the more I thought about the title, the more rationale I could see for it. The need to believe in a divine intelligence without direct evidence is, for better or worse, a fundamental component of many people’s psyches. I do not think we will rid humanity of religious faith any more than we will rid humanity of romantic love or many of the irrational but fundamental aspects of human cognition ... they are no less real and perhaps no less worthy of some celebration when we consider our humanity," - Lawrence Krauss debating Richard Dawkins, at Scientific American.