Francisco Ayala, could be seen as anything but a good guy. I'm looking forward to reading what the anti-Templeton crowd has to say.
UPDATE: Ah, he's a "NOMA" guy. So "not good" from the anti-Templeton crowd's perspective. Still, he couldn't be a more foreceful advocate for science. Here's a useful discussion by Mark Vernon. (How did he come out with that so fast?)