Appearing during the middle two hours, astronomer and physicist Dr. Hugh Ross shared his views on cosmology, ufology and life in the universe. Theology and science completely overlap, he contended, and his work with the Reasons to Believe institute seeks to connect scientific discoveries and the Bible.
The universe has been purposed to allow us to discover properties about it, said Ross, who added that God only needs one planet for life. Earth is unique in the universe with its capacity to support intelligent, physical life, he argued, and current exoplanet studies have not found other Earth-like planets.
The recent discovery of water on Mars is attributable to comets and if there is life on the Red Planet it came from Earth, Ross continued. Further, there is no evidence of ET visitation to our planet-- UFO activity stems from the angelic realm, he said.
The last hour featured holiday Open Lines.
It's a Wonderful Life
First hour guest, writer Stephen Cox discussed his book about the film It's a Wonderful Life. Its theme involving angels has resonated with the public over the years, said Cox, who added that he'd experienced an unusual moment of guidance that may have saved his life while writing the book.