November 5, 2013

Jesus in Syria * Sharing the Galaxy * Kristallnacht Getaway: Tuesday’s Religion News Roundup

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Rotating Earth from Marvel via Wikimedia Commons.

Rotating Earth from Marvel via Wikimedia Commons.

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The war stops for a moment, for Jesus. If we ruin this planet, there are others. And a German hotel says the anniversary of Kristallnacht is a good excuse for a romantic holiday.

  • Kevan Scott

    If you believe theres no life in the universe besides us here on this little blue dot called Earth then I have news for you: The odds are NOT in your favor. Microbe life has been discovered on Mars already along with water so it’s only a matter of time, no matter how long that is, before we discover that there is advanced life on other planets, or they discover us. Won’t affect my theology at all either way because I fully expect that if the God that created us can do that why wouldn’t He be able to create other beings somewhere else? If I don’t believe in God but believe completely in evevolution why wouldn’t that evolution happen as well on other planets somewhere else in the very vast expanse of the universe? So, I’m covered either way I believe and I’m convinced that I fall somewhere in between those beliefs in God and atheism. Makes it a bit confusing but makes perfect sense to me!

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  • Cynthia Astle

    Best commentary I’ve seen on the billions of planets story came years ago from Monty Python: “Galaxy Song” http://youtu.be/buqtdpuZxvk