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25 April, 2006
  • The known universe is a million, million, million, million miles across (and there’s even more universe out there that we can’t see and don’t know).
  • Using the fastest spacecraft we have (Voyager), it would take us about 10 years to get to Pluto, the planet furthest away from us in our Solar system  . . .
  •  . . . but Pluto is only one fifty-thousandth of the way to the outer edge of our solar system.

Where does this leave the personal Creator-God?

I mean, accepting that He created the Earth requires a biggish leap of faith, but all this space as well?

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