The two day event brought leading physicists together with philosphers and theologians to discuss the question of how the universe came to exist. With admirable humility, Rolf Heuer, CERN's director general, said, "there's a need for us, as naive scientists, to discuss with philosophers and theologians the time before or around the Big Bang".
One of the guests at the event, Oxford Professor, John Lennox, has spoken about his own belief that - far from undermining science - belief in a divine Creator (as opposed to Naturalism) gives science a rational foundation. If the Naturalists are right "the mind that does science... is the end product of a mindless unguided process." "Now, if you knew your computer was the product of a mindless unguided process, you wouldn't trust it." "So, to me, atheism undermines the rationality I need to do science."
Scientific Naturalism is a pretty bleak worldview. I'm grateful for the (very rational!) belief that life is more than matter and we are more than the sum of our parts.