- I think it makes sense to believe in God... doesn't mean he himself believes in God; it could be justification for not firing "irrational" believers on his payroll. Without further evidence that he himself is a believer in the God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob, I'm changing the subheading. RobSDe Plorabus Unum 09:31, 18 April 2020 (EDT)
I removed the whole section and placed it here. In the context of this article, this subsection makes no sense and has broken links.
Alleged religious views of Bill Gates
Bill Gates' January 13, 1996 Interview with Time Magazine reporter Walter Isaacson:
Isaacson: Right? Isn't there something special, perhaps even divine, about the human soul?
His face suddenly becomes expressionless, his squeaky voice turns toneless, and he folds his arms across his belly and vigorously rocks back and forth in a mannerism that has become so mimicked at Microsoft that a meeting there can resemble a round table of ecstatic rabbis. Finally, as if from an automaton, comes the answer: "I don't have any evidence on that." Rock, rock, rock. "I don't have any evidence on that."In 2014, Gates declared, "But the mystery and the beauty of the world is overwhelmingly amazing, and there's no scientific explanation of how it came about. To say that it was generated by random numbers, that does seem, you know, sort of an uncharitable view [laughs]. I think it makes sense to believe in God...”