BOOK REVIEW: Hutchy: Miracle Man by Ian Hutchinson

Anybody who knows me well will tell you that I have a bit of a thing for motorcycles, I always have and part of that obsession also includes racing. While not a racer myself, I have a keen interest in many aspects of this awesome sport including the awe-inspiring British and Irish road-racing scene which includes incredible events such as the Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) and the Ulster Grand Prix, raced on closed public roads at almost unbelievable speeds. One of the best riders to ever have turned a wheel in these amazing races is a tough young chap from Yorkshire by the name of Ian Hutchinson and this is his autobiography.

How Will Our Religions Handle the Discovery of Alien Life?

For the religious, knowing that life on Earth is not unique may demand radical new ways of thinking about ourselves: How special and sacred are we? Is Earth a privileged place? Do we have an obligation to care for beings on other planets? Should we convert ET to “my” religion? These questions point to a deeper issue about whether our religions can adapt to the idea that humans are not the only sentient beings in the universe capable of worshiping God.

Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God

By ERIC METAXAS from The Wall Street Journal In 1966 Time magazine ran a cover story asking: Is God Dead? Many have accepted the cultural narrative that he’s obsolete—that as science progresses, there is less need for a “God” to explain the universe. Yet it turns out that the rumors of God’s death were premature.…