NASA hires theologians to communicate with aliens

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has begun hiring religious scholars to determine how different religions respond to contact with alien life forms.

The space agency has hired a group of scientists to participate in the Princeton University Center for Theological Research Program, which received a $1.1 million grant from NASA.

There are currently 24 theologians working for NASA. That number includes religious expert Andrew Davison, who makes sure that contact with extraterrestrial life forms becomes more realistic every year.
The task of the clergy is to prepare humanity for this event.

According to another theologian, Carl Belcher, scientists also need to consider the implications that may arise when extraterrestrials are discovered. Belcher himself also believes that with so many galaxies and stars, discovering extraterrestrial life is only a matter of time.

However, all priests are unanimous: the possible presence of aliens does not in any way refute belief in God.
In their opinion, if he created people and the Earth, he could also create an infinite number of planets inhabited by spirits.

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