This video grew out of a book project exploring famed writer C.S. Lewis’s views on science, scientism, and society.
C. S. Lewis was an agnostic before he became a Christian, so he understood the spell of unbelief.
Never has it been more important to look beyond a superficial materialist worldview and see our lives again in a transcendent framework.
As a top science journal tells the story, the Galileo myth is relevant only to attack those who challenge the establishment consensus.
Curiously, Tyson has a future, quasi-religious myth of his own to promote: personal immortality through futuristic technology.