The result is the type of interaction we’re secretly craving — energetic conversation between people with differing views but who demonstrate mutual respect.
A listener says he is not an atheist, but an agnostic, and evidently a searcher.
Everything comes together in a message that includes a creation myth, a story of sin (ecological sin), a salvation story, and even resurrection and ascension.
Easier for slipping it into the public schools! It won’t alarm the parents nearly as much as an all-out siege on theism. Very clever, Dr. Tyson.
Dyson was careful to take an open-minded approach: not fully endorsing design, yet not rejecting it either.