Ted Peters UFOs: God’s Chariots: Spirituality, Ancient Aliens, & Religious Yearnings in the Age of Extraterrestrials
Published on September 8, 2014 by jefferypritchett · No Comments
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“UFOs: God’s Chariots?
offers a fascinating critical survey of the aerial phenomenon since it essentially began in 1947…. Highly recommended for reading and reflection.”
–Robert Ellwood, Professor of World Religions, University of Southern California
“Peters’ astrotheology takes us on a wise adventure into a lively cosmos, where neither ‘belief ‘ nor ‘unbelief ‘ answers the questions about UFOs and ETI.”
–Catherine Keller, Professor of Theology, Drew University
Are UFOs celestial saviors, coming to save Earth from self-destruction?
Are UFOnauts advancing human evolution by birthing hybrid children?
Is it time for a new “astrotheology” that enshrines the UFO phenomenon at the same level as the space sciences at NASA and SETI?
UFOs: God’s Chariots?
uncovers and exposes the clandestine spiritual dimensions within the UFO phenomenon. UFOs vibrate with transcendence, omniscience, perfection, and redemption.
UFOs: God’s Chariots?
delves deeply into government conspiracies, analyzes the newest models of close encounter interpretation, and reveals the results of The Peters ETI Religious Crisis Survey, in which self-identified believers were asked if making contact with an intelligent extraterrestrial civilization would undermine our historic religious traditions. They said no.
Does this mean we’re ready to share our pews with aliens?
About the Author
Ted Peters has been investigating UFOs for four decades, serving previously as the Louisiana State Director of MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network. He is currently Emeritus Professor of Systematic Theology and Ethics at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary and the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California. He coedits the journal Theology and Science at the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences. He has authored and edited more than two dozen books on theology and the dialogue between faith and science. See his Web page and Blogs, “Ted’s Timely Take,” at Tedstimelytake.com