Drawing on a 2022 interview with Alister McGrath for Faraday churches, I explore what questions should be asked in the science and religion field in the future. Should we expect them to be inspired by the onward march of scientific discovery, or are we missing previously excluded and forbidden data from Christian testimony? If this cosmos is God’s cosmos then the sciences as disciplines can only offer a blinkered and deficient view. A tripartite Christian worldview will be fit for the task and offer more valid insights. I suggest that Caravaggio’s 1601 painting ‘Supper at Emmaus’ offers object lessons in constructing a more realistic view of God’s world.