Covalence for May 2018

The Bubble Nebula as seen by the Hubble Telescope (Public domain via NASA)

In this issue, two writers contribute thought-provoking pieces offer somewhat complimentary views of humanity’s place in the cosmos.

Geologist Karl Evans gives us a new way to view our place in the creation with a thought experiment that relays the history of all creation as if it all happened in a single year. Read on to find out what month the earliest life form comes onto the scene.

In our main feature, scientist Alfred Kracher explores the impending discovery of extraterrestrials. How long will it be from the time we get our first message from space before we even meet E.T.?  More importantly, what will it mean for religion?

Next month, we will be preparing for the ELCA Youth Gathering presence by highlighting resources and materials geared toward high school youth.

Will your youth be in Houston this summer? Join the Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology at the exhibit hall for some out of this world fun!

Susan Barreto, Editor
Covalence
relandsci@gmail.com
@LuthCovalence

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