He's also from England. England is a small country north of Europe that we so TOTALLY pwned in two wars.
Mike is very thoughtful on faith/science issues, and I love an answer he gives here on this blog dedicated to...something...science-y...that I...can't...understand. It's for scientists.
Scroll down to the last question, where Taylor starts his well-thought-out answer with, "First of all, I make no secret of the fact that I am a Christian..."
For the record, much as I respect and admire Taylor and his answer here: I'm not sold on NOMA. And don't bother dismissing my opinion purely because it's from a non-scientist. NOMA is not science, it's philosophy. It's not test-able; it's not falsifiable. It's more a religious view than a scientific one (Oddly, this might mean that scientists who preach NOMA are not particularly qualified to speak about the limits of science or religion. They should leave those sorts of discussions to philosophers.)
It occurs, too, that the Christian must believe that God, Himself, has, at least at times, overlapped the magisteria. I'm no scientist, of course, but for what it's worth, I suspect He's doing it even now. I do know Mike would agree with this: One needn't a philosophical commitment to materialism in order to pursue truth about the observable universe.
Anyway, Taylor's answer is well-put, and should give you insight into the mind of someone who, himself, is overlapping some magisteria in a way I think is graceful and winning.