When I think back on Alex Trecks childhood, I remember my fascination with science.
I was fascinated with everything that could be done, whether it was the wonders of the human body, or the wonders in the universe.
I knew from the age of four that I wanted one day to go into science, and I had an innate curiosity to learn as much as I could.
Alex Trembaek was my best friend, and we would often get together on a regular basis.
I remember him talking about the wonders that we were capable of, and the way in which he was inspired by his father’s passion for science.
Alex Trebek, the creator of Cosmos and The Big Bang Theory, talks about science and spirituality in his new book, Cosmos, which comes out on April 27.
I was an atheist for about two years, but that was when I really got inspired by the science of the universe and the mysteries of life, he told The Hollywood Reporter.
He had been raised a Christian and had become a Presbyterian, so his family had not embraced religion in the way that I did.
I would read all the books, and he would ask me questions like, What are the origins of life?
What was it that gave us our universe?
When I asked him, I said, Why are there so many planets?
He was just shocked and delighted that I knew.
He knew I knew, and then we got into science and I started getting really excited.
It was about this time that I started reading the bible and I was reading about the bible that I had never read before.
I started to feel like this was the book that was really going to bring me into the truth, and that it was going to tell me everything.
I had this book on my shelf.
It was this one that was so big, and it was so interesting.
He wanted me to start reading it, and so I did, and now I am a Christian.
I think the best compliment I can give is that I think my atheism did not enter my life until I was in my late 20s, which is when I was really struggling with it, he said.
The book was the catalyst for me to really begin to question things, and to question everything.
I have never been a Christian, and never will be, but I am going to be in a Christian church soon, and one of the things I will always be thankful for is that my atheism was not the reason why I did not go to church, he added.
The Big Bang theory was also the catalyst that pushed me into Christianity.
I don’t know what I would have done without that theory, he continued.
It gave me a deeper understanding of the workings of the world, and gave me that understanding that I need to be able to live in a peaceful and spiritual way, he explained.
I am really thankful that I was able to have the freedom to do what I want to do with my life, but it was very important to me to be kind to people, to respect their boundaries and to respect the other person, so I never once said, “You are wrong.”
I never ever said, I will do what you want me to do.
Alex was always respectful of the other people, and there was a lot of respect.
I am grateful for that.