A COUPLE OF months ago I had a nice chat with Peter Wallace in the Day 1 studio here in Atlanta. We talked about grief, the book of Job, and what it means to really see the cosmos. I also read a sermon on this week’s lectionary reading — the only one this year from […]
Interview with Doug Pagitt: Dark galaxies, exoplanets, and why working scientists don’t pooh-pooh Neil deGrasse Tyson
Artist’s conception of sunset on Proxima b. Its sun, Proxima Centauri, orbits the stars Alpha and Beta Centauri (the faint pair). Proxima Centauri is the closest star to us (after the Sun of course). Image credit: European Southern Observatory Doug Pagitt has revived his podcast and given it a catchy new title: Tick Talk Take with Doug […]
Click on the image above to hear the podcast Hi friends. A month or so ago I chatted with David Dault at Things Not Seen about religion and science and life and the universe and everything. Which includes my book. Last week I was in Chicago and was able to meet David and his wife Kira […]
Luke Norsworthy and I had a nice chat last week and the podcast is now up. Tune in to hear about religion and science, the book of Job, evolution, Isaac Newton, God as presence, the pros and cons of ex nihilo, Stars Beneath Us, the supreme un-shoehornability of God, and the irrationality (or not) of Christianity.