Owen Gingerich: Astronomer Who Saw God in the Cosmos

From a New York Times obit by Neil Genzlinger headlined “Owen Gingerich, Astronomer Who Saw God in the Cosmos, Dies at 93”:

Owen Gingerich, a noted astronomer who was particularly interested in the history of his field — so much so that he spent years trying to track down every first- and second-edition copy of Nicolaus Copernicus’s revolutionary treatise — and who was not shy about giving God credit for a role in creating the cosmos he loved to study, died in Belmont, Mass.