Adam Frank offers up some standard-issue NOMAic tripe tropes about how in fact there is no tension between science and religion, in particular because religion actually has nothing to do with knowing. Good to know.
Anyway, he says, "Spirituality, at its best, points us away from easy codifications when it shows us how to immerse ourselves in the simple, inescapable act of being."
Well, if it's simple and inescapable, why would we need to be shown how? Why would we have to immerse ourselves?
I know, I know - these claims aren't about knowledge. They're about, well, they're about...
Wait - what are they about, exactly?