Oh I see that now. Obviously I had. My bad.
Looking over the transcript I like the tone Jim sets right away:
today we’re going to explore humility. It’s a virtue we talk about a lot at BioLogos, but it’s also one of those words, like grace or righteousness or courage, which are words that have a rich history and depth but also have lost some of their meaning in our culture which often prefers simplicity to nuance. Humility is pretty clearly an important virtue for Christians, but it also plays a vital role in science.
He is right to blame the wider culture but he could even have dialed out even wider to implicate our basic humanity, ie the way we are wires . We are disposed to prefer a too simple understanding to a more encompassing one that is less easily defended and subject to being seen as inconsistent by anyone unwilling to consider any form of experience except what can be straightaway observed or vouchsafed by science which after all is merely a careful expansion of the observable.