Science and design: A physicist’s perspective
Science does an excellent job of describing and explaining natural phenomena in the world around us. Scientists, however, are not content with merely describing phenomena. They strive to understand the underlying structure, the fundamental laws of nature that determine these phenomena. It is at this deeper level of explanation that conflict may arise between science and theology because science, as generally practiced, attempts to use exclusively naturalistic language in its explanations.
College and University Dialogue
Burdick, Gary, "Science and design: A physicist’s perspective" (2008). Faculty Publications. 89.