Humanism’s priest dazzles with tales of the cosmos


Cosmos by Neil deGrasse Tyson

One of the newest promotions within the priesthood of humanism’s church has apparently gone to Neil deGrasse Tyson. He has become, for now, the chief and most visible representative of the modern god of humanism.  His god is an evolved creature, one which came forth from Darwin’s god of meaningless process and climbed the chain of being to become something greater: a god of meaningful process guided by bureaucrats running government bureaucracies.

Tyson’s god demands a holy tithe: 20% of the nation‘s GDP. It would take more, but that’s the most it’s ever been able to coerce from its congregation, despite its constant threat of government violence.

Tyson is the star-bearer, the PR man, who has been sent forth to drum up popular support (and expanded budgets) for his fading deity. To the laity — who was indoctrinated early in life with the religion’s basics by the lower levitical priesthood (public school teachers) — he brings mythological tales and entertaining fables of the ancient universe’s development. He comes to the pulpit in the name of science, but the script he’s quoting from is anything but scientific.

He speaks with confidence to his audience as if he were wielding facts and truth. Instead, his confidence is one that can only be found bubbling forth from the swamps of delusion which are spread against the earth through the self-deception of men who suppress the truth (Rom. 1:18-21). See how grossly he misrepresents the actual science by clicking the link below:

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