I really like how he put this whole view of religion and science together. Basically if you have a religious view that a greater entity has created and is responsible for nature be ready to explain yourself with proof. However this doesn’t mean you can’t have a religious view or beliefs. Science is a means of decoding nature or a way of learning about nature. By looking at the world this way instead of having religion “defining” nature, there will never be a conflict of between religion and nature.
Personally strongly agree how he put this idea together. I am very religious person of the Hindu faith. However, as much faith I have in my religion I have equal faith in science. I see science as the light in a dark room. What’s been proven by facts and evidence cannot be denied however there is much greater things that have not been proven yet where my religious beliefs come in.