On National Public radio, they have an astronomy program called
"Earth and Sky". This morning they covered the question of
which is greater, all the grains of sand on earth or all the stars
in the universe.
The best estimate is that the number of stars is larger by far.
Think of how immense the universe must be, vastly beyond our
imagination - far greater than any local illustration we can
And in all that immensity, there's no other inhabited worlds
And the only spokesmen of the Almighty Creator anywhere in the
flesh are about 11 isolated old geezers in Brooklyn?
That's the best God can do?
How silly is this religion, anyway?