The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) brought employed 24 theologians at the Center for Theological Inquiry at Princeton University for a year-long program called “The Societal Implications of Astrobiology” in 2016, The Times has reported.
The goal of the program was to determine how people of faith would react to the revelation that alien life exists as this may contradict religious understandings of life and the universe.
A rabbi, an imam, and an Anglican priest involved in the program also told The Times that Christian, Jewish, and Islamic doctrine would be fine if alien life was discovered.
The reason NASA initiated this program at this time is unknown, but this coupled with the confirmation by the Pentago last year that UFOs do exist, and that footage has been captured of them has sparked speculation that the disclosure of alien life existing and visiting Earth may be imminent.
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