Eloise Hiebert Meneses suggests that attempts to integrate science with faith in this century have been flawed by efforts to compromise by giving equal weight. At the level of foundational assumptions there are deep differences between these two enterprises. Christian scientists must choose to be committed to a theological investigation of the world first, then allowing their theology to penetrate to all aspects of their work. The result will be a science that has integrity for Christians and is a contribution to postmodern understandings of epistemology. Ms. Meneses is an associate professor of anthropology at Eastern College in St. Davids, Pennsylvania.