Randy Thomas reviews a PBS program, The Question of God, about the perspectives of C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud on science and religion.

In part two of his review, Thomas says of science:

Nutshell: Scientific worldview will always be incomplete and often inaccurate. The Christian worldview is already complete and bringing all things back into harmony with the Creator.

Of Freud, the man whose theories form the core of reparative therapy, Thomas says:

Freud becomes his own god and is himself his only source of understanding.

Is that stated explicitly in the PBS program, or does Thomas say this about atheists, agnostics, or scientists in general?

Categorized in:

Tagged in: