Alvin Plantinga describes the wonders and the limits of science.
I guess I think that scientism doesn’t have much of a chance of being right because, while science is wonderful and very important, and responsible for much of what’s good about the modern world (although also much of what’s bad), nonetheless there are many areas of human life where science doesn’t speak. It doesn’t speak, for example, to ethics; it doesn’t tell us what’s right and wrong. And it also, of course, doesn’t tell us about God – whether there is such a person or isn’t, or if there is, what God is like and so on. So science is wonderful but a limited inquiry, and scientism, insofar as it sort of exalts science to the be–all and end–all of the intellectual enterprise, is mistaken.