Can science and faith inform each other? Ian Hutchinson, professor of nuclear physics at MIT, recounts how, when he became a Christian at Cambridge, a lot of his friends said or implied that, by doing so, he was committing “intellectual suicide.” Many years later, an accomplished scientist, Prof. Hutchinson explains why he believes that science and faith are not in conflict, but rather enjoy a productive partnership. The real problem, argues Hutchinson, is “scientism,” the extension of proper science beyond its limits. Enjoy this Veritas talk from the Forum at the University of New Hampshire.