What if, in the end, the reason science has captivated the imagination of a younger generation is precisely because science does the things religion used to do? Science is asking the big, juicy questions. It inspires mystery, wonder, and awe. It creates a space for open-ended dialogue. It reveres beauty and foments a kind of reverence for life. It’s okay with paradox. And if science is doing all of those things so well, then why would we ever want to shy away from it?
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