Stuart Kaufman, noted scientist and disbeliever in Creator God, finds value in religion

"Two fine authors, Richard Dawkins and Daniel Dennett, have written recent books, The God Delusion and Breaking the Spell arguing against religion. Their views are based on contemporary science. But the largest convictions of contemporary science remain based on reductionism.

"I would like to begin a discussion about the first glimmerings of a new scientific world view beyond reductionism to emergence and radical creativity in the biosphere and human world. This emerging view finds a natural scientific place for value and ethics, and places us as co-creators of the enormous web of emerging complexity that is the evolving biosphere and human economics and culture. In this scientific world view, we can ask: Is it more astonishing that a God created all that exists in six days, or that the natural processes of the creative universe have yielded galaxies, chemistry, life, agency, meaning, value, consciousness, culture without a Creator. In my mind and heart, the overwhelming answer is that the truth as best we know it, that all arose with no Creator agent, all on its wondrous own, is so awesome and stunning that it is God enough for me and I hope much of humankind."

Beyond Reductionism: Reinventing the Sacred:
http://www.edge.org/3rd_culture/kauffman06/kauffman06_index.html

We should see the ceaseless creativity of nature as sacred, argues biologist Stuart Kauffman, despite what Richard Dawkins might say:
http://www.salon.com/env/atoms_eden/2008/11/19/stuart_kauffman/print.html

Why humanity needs a God of creativity:
http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg19826556.000-perspectives-why-humanity-needs-a-god-of-creativity.html