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June 17, 2010
New in the Kiosk: Vatican Searches for E.T. and Other Signs of Alien Life (2010) by G. R. Pafumi
The beginning of the end of Jesus as we knew him: the Vatican looks to heavens for signs of alien life.
June 10, 2010
Dizzying scientific and technological advancements, interconnected globalized economies, and even the so-called New Atheists have done nothing to change one thing: our world remains furiously religious. For good and for evil, religion is the single greatest influence in the world. We accept as self-evident that competing economic systems (capitalist or communist) or clashing political parties (Republican or Democratic) propose very different solutions to our planet's problems. So why do we pretend that the world's religious traditions are different paths to the same God? A bold polemical response to a generation of misguided scholarship, God Is Not One creates a new context for understanding religion in the twenty-first century and disproves the assumptions most of us make about the way the world's religions work.