Keas describes the surprisingly religious role played by much atheistic science fiction. The discussion includes 2001: A Space Odyssey and H.G. Wells’s The War of the Worlds.
I admire the decision by host George Noory to have Professor Keas on to challenge the audience.
Recently I spoke to a university senior who is a leader in a political club at her school. I wondered how things were going for the club.
Here is a myth that comes not from the past but from the future.
The medieval idea of burning people because of their religious beliefs is horrific, but it only adds to the tragedy to say Bruno’s death illustrates the warfare between faith and science.