Is It A Sin To Hope for Cosmos Season Two Syndication?

Question:  Dear Haywood, I am a recent graduate of a Christian university in Seattle.  I’ve actually enjoyed the new edition of Cosmos that is hosted by astrophysicist, Neil DeGrasse Tyson.  I gradated with a major in physics myself, and will be going to another university to pursue my Masters and PhD in the field.

After reading several of your columns, I feel there is a spiritual risk you associate with enjoying Cosmos and faith.  So is my soul in jeopardy if I truly hope to find another season of Cosmos on the air?

– Concerned Physicist in Washington

Answer:  Dear Physicist,

You already know the answer, or you would have no need to ask me!  Of course it is a sin to like Cosmos.  The titular narrator Neil Degrasse Tyson is a star worshiper.  The Sun is a star and it is also symbolic for the false god Ra of Egyptian culture.  If you look at the ties worn by Tyson, you will see he is clearly occult and the point of the show is to indoctrinate Americans into a pro-Egyptian culture, an Egypt that is currently ruled by anti-American interests represented by the Muslim-Brotherhood.  Do you get my drift?

Cosmos is not dangerous just because of the faith issue, which is bad enough.  It is indoctrinating people to worship ideals born of a culture that is largely anti-American.  Each episode of Cosmos is largely bent against America’s Christian tradition and Judeo-Christian Godly heritage.  If the show could simply be about equations of physics that would be one thing, but it tries to repaint history and bend reality in a very anti-Christian manner.  And if you support those things, then that is not good for the soul or spirit.


Neil deGrasse Tyson at the NASA Advisory Counc...

Neil deGrasse Tyson at the NASA Advisory Council Meeting in Washington, D.C., November 29, 2005 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)