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I remember being impressed that it didn't just press the point of "science is science is science".I just watched it again and I wouldn't say that episode got 'religious tolerance' right, but I think it did a fair job of portraying religious fanaticism. I suppose it did get relgious tolerance right in that it didn't extend tolerance to fanaticism, but things were left very unresolved at the end.
I think that your religious/cultural traditions should be durable enough to be compatible with scientific descriptions.
You can fill in your ontological choices on your own, for example "big bang = god(s)" or whatever you want to call it.
well, better than farscape for sure.
TNG by a landslide.