Q. What guides Bush‘s science policies, politics or science?

A. Jesus.

That is, if we take Bush’s testimonies of faith seriously. And why shouldn’t the president turn to his best understanding of divine guidance when it comes to issues like stem-cell research?

If you can answer that one — and then turn it into a polite question — head over to The Chronicle of Higher Education for their live online colloquy with John H. Marburger III, Bush’s chief science adviser (1 pm, Eastern time). The article that spurs the discussion doesn’t deal much with the role of religion within the practice of science — so it’s up to you, Revealers, to bring faith (or faithlessness) to the discussion.