These are EXCELLENT. I would say the themes of all three have to do with the importance of not worshipping scientists or imagining that science is infallible.
It is a scandal that atheism has such a hold on so many scientists that it corrupts their science and leads them to deny what is obvious.
“The fine-tuning of the universe is better explained by an intelligent agent that transcends the universe, with attributes that we associate with God.”
It had not occurred to me that anyone would see the beginning of the universe as a challenge to their faith, but evidently some do.
Chaitin discusses his beginnings in computer science, growing up in the 1960s a stone’s throw from Central Park, historic scientists in his field, and more.