Knowledge of God not Found in University Laboratory
President Spencer W. Kimball

One may acquire knowledge of space and in limited degree conquer it. He may explore the moon and other planets, but no man can ever really find God in a university campus laboratory, in the physical test tubes of workshops, nor on the testing fields at Cape Kennedy. God and his program will be found only in deep pondering, appropriate reading, much kneeling in devout, humble prayer, and in sincerity born of need and dependence.
These requirements having been fully met, there is no soul between the poles nor from ocean to ocean who may not obtain this knowledge, this hidden treasure of knowledge, this saving and exalting knowledge.

(President Spencer W. Kimball, CR, Oct. 1968, p. 130)

Section 89

Doctrine & Covenants