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What Happens to Religion When We Find Aliens?

A Rabbi, an Imam, and a Christian theologian on what life in space could mean for the spiritual

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WWhen Galileo first placed his eye to the cold metal of his telescope, he had no idea of the significance of the worlds he would discover: In a divinely orchestrated ballet, four points…




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