Wikipedia has an interesting page of “List of Christian Thinkers in Science” that I recommend for your review. It covers the fourth century AD through today (Philoponus through Polkinghorne) and has a generous selection of links for further research. By no means exhaustive, it still represents a starting place for your education into these Christian thinkers without whom we would not have reached our current scientific sophistication.
I truly do not get the idea of Dawkins, Dennett, Krauss, et. al. that Christian faith inhibits scientific investigation. It didn’t seem to inhibit Kepler, Copernicus, Galileo, Newton, Leibniz, Boyle, Harvey, – I could go on. Rather than a science-stopper, their faith seemed to fuel their creativity and inspire them, not limit them. So, for your future reading, please go directly to the link below and enjoy!