On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast (03/09/20), Hank provides a commentary on the space history series Cosmos, whose third season is premiering tonight. Carl Sagan, who created the original Cosmos in the 1980s, opened the series with the infamous line “The Cosmos is all that is or was or ever will be” and said that “We’re made of star stuff.” The reboot is hosted by Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson who follows in his mentor’s train by repeating the predilection that we are but stardust blowing in the wind, and as such, we are one not with our creator, but one with a cold and impersonal cosmos. Beneath all the glitz and glamour of a high-definition television production lurks seven naturalistic assumptions replete with their devastating implications, which Hank goes over in detail.
Hank also answers the following questions:
- Is there any biblical precedent for being slain in the spirit?
- I was in an argument with someone who insisted that the Bible is the word of God; what’s your position on this?
- Is Song of Solomon referring to a relationship between husband and wife, or is it referring to God and his people?
- Are you working on any books or resources that have distilled the mountain of writings from the early church fathers?