space exploration

NASA Astronaut Quotes Psalm 30 after Watching Sunrise: 'Joy Cometh in the Morning'

NASA Astronaut Quotes Psalm 30 after Watching Sunrise: 'Joy Cometh in the Morning'

NASA astronaut Victor Glover, who is currently aboard the International Space Station, took to social media this week to share some stunning photos of the sunset and sunrise from outer space. The view, he said, reminded him of a Bible verse from Psalms.

First Black Astronaut to Travel on Long-Term Space Mission Brings Bible, Communion Cups to Space

First Black Astronaut to Travel on Long-Term Space Mission Brings Bible, Communion Cups to Space

The first Black astronaut to travel on a long-term mission in space, Victor Glover, recently shared that he has brought with him to the International Space Station his Bible and a set of communion cups.

Life on Venus and Why 'Settled Science' Is Often Hot Air

Life on Venus and Why 'Settled Science' Is Often Hot Air

In one of our latest “What Would You Say?” videos, my colleague Brooke McIntire takes on the myth of “settled science.” Proposing and overturning theories is an ongoing part of the process. Even longstanding scientific consensus is vulnerable to new and contrary evidence, and scientists are fallible and biased human beings too.

SpaceX, Christianity, and a Worldview Big Enough for the Stars

SpaceX, Christianity, and a Worldview Big Enough for the Stars

Christians should realize that the awe that overwhelms humans when watching man set foot on the moon or a robot land on Mars or astronauts boarding the space station is more than a mere feeling. Rather, it’s a testament to our unique status and role in creation, as well as our drive and capacity to imagine beyond the constraints of what is to what might be, and it’s a reminder that the universe is a place to be known, explored, and even subdued.

Amazon Prime Day and American Ingenuity: Being Creative for Christ

Amazon Prime Day and American Ingenuity: Being Creative for Christ
Most Americans celebrate ten holidays each year, beginning with New Year’s Day and ending with Christmas. Now it seems we’ve added an eleventh to the list.

A “Mission to Touch the Sun”

A “Mission to Touch the Sun”
NASA launched a spacecraft yesterday that will get seven times closer to the sun than previous spacecraft. One NASA scientist called it a mission to “touch the sun.”

John Glenn's Greatest Mission

John Glenn's Greatest Mission
John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth, died yesterday at the age of ninety-five. Author Tom Wolfe called him “the last true national hero America has ever had.”

What Would the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life Do to Our Faith?

What Would the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life Do to Our Faith?
NASA has expended lots of taxpayer money looking for extraterrestrial life, and young-earth creationist Ken Ham isn’t happy about it.
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