The notion that the building blocks of life were easily gotten may have seemed intuitive to journalists and others acquainted with Mary Shelley’s novel.
Sagan suggests that if we give up on the belief in God, then we can roll up our sleeves and save our planet.
When the vast majority of people speak about God, they have in mind a powerful, conscious Creator. Sagan plays games by redefining the meaning of “God.”
Jay Richards and Eric Anderson discuss the statement that Carl Sagan is perhaps most famous for.
Recent sensational headlines give astute readers occasion to contrast valid scientific inferences from leaps of faith based on worldview assumptions.