Here is one example:
"Sometimes the man who looks happiest in town, with the biggest smile, is the one carrying the biggest load of sin. There are smiles and smiles; learn to tell the dark variety from the light. The seal-barker, the laugh-shouter, half the time he's covering up. He's had his fun and he's guilty. And men do love sin, Will, oh how they love it, never doubt, in all shapes, sizes, colors, and smells." - Ray Bradbury, Something Wicked This Way Comes.In an interview with CNN that he gave a year ago he said,
"...he will sometimes open one of his books late at night and cry out thanks to God.""I sit there and cry because I haven't done any of this," he told Sam Weller, his biographer and friend. "It's a God-given thing, and I'm so grateful, so, so grateful. The best description of my career as a writer is, 'At play in the fields of the Lord.' "Bradbury's stories are filled with references to God and faith, but he's rarely talked at length about his religious beliefs, until now.'Joy is the grace we say to God'He describes himself as a "delicatessen religionist." He's inspired by Eastern and Western religions...One of the major themes in the Gospel of John is that of light and darkness.
Bradbury's favorite book in the Bible is the Gospel of John...
Et lux perpetua luceat ei.