Theological Views Of Life On Mars

Guests: Guests: Philip Hefner Professor of Theology, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago Director, Chicago Center for Religion and Science Editor, Zygon:Journal of Religion and Science Author The Human Factor: Evolution, Culture, Religion Ted Peters Professor of Systematic Theology, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary Author GOD: The World's Future , and God's Chariots? Flying Saucers in Politics, Science and Religion Jim Gilbert Professor of American History, University of Maryland Author Redeeming Culture: American Religion in An Age of Science Scientists recently presented the world with new evidence that life may have existed on Mars. On the next Talk of the Nation, join Ray Suarez for a discussion with theologians about how this discovery affects our understanding of ourselves, God and the universe. Listeners call in

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