Clayton, on pp. 28-31, gives Neil deGrasse Tyson as an example of someone with an interesting perspective on our religion-science topic. He calls Tyson’s point of view “Agnostic Naturalism” – maybe he should have called it “Agnostic, Reverential Naturalism.” Please watch this
with Tyson, especially its portion on “the cosmic perspective,” and then:
- Explain the “cosmic perspective.”
- Why does he think it’s important for us to have this cosmic perspective?
- Do you think he’s a “naturalist” or a “theist?”
- He says this perspective is “almost spiritual.” What do you suppose he means by that?
- Do you find his “cosmic perspective” to be a compelling and promising way forward with our religion-and-science topic?
1 or 2 pages. double spaced, pdf format
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