Nobel Prize-winner in biochemistry. The Calvin cycle in plant biology was named after him.
Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1969, p 258.
About the conviction of the orderliness of nature as a foundation of modern science: "As I try to discern the origin of that conviction, I seem to find it in a basic notion discovered 2000 or 3000 years ago, and enunciated first in the Western world by the ancient Hebrews: namely that the universe is governed by a single God, and is not the product of the whims of many gods, each governing his own province according to his own laws. This monotheistic view seems to be the historical foundation for modern science. "