Did Jesus Die for Aliens? (And More Weird Questions!)

Did Jesus Die for Aliens? (And More Weird Questions!)

MYS110: It’s a fifth Friday of the month, so Jimmy Akin is answering more weird questions, including did Jesus die to save extraterrestrials, too; can we get Jesus’ DNA from Eucharistic Miracles; Is man God’s favorite creature; how many angels can dance on the head of a pin; and more.

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Questions Covered (Time in the episode):

  • 06:00 – Is there anything in Tradition or Scripture that points to man as God’s closest and favorite creature, to the extent that there may be other life forms in existence superior to us in every way except in our closeness to God’s heart?
  • 09:14 – How did they keep time in New Testament times?
  • 15:22 – Did Jesus die to save extraterrestrials, too?
  • 19:27 – How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?
  • 22:43 – Was the apparition that St. Paul had on the road to Damascus a private or public revelation?
  • 25:38 – Do the promises of Jesus’ return (and other associated events) give us ancillary assurance that humans will not first be totally wiped out by some other disaster?
  • 31:48 – If Jesus could heal the Roman soldier’s child from a distant location, and Jesus gave the power to forgive sins, then why can’t the priests absolve someone from a distance?
  • 39:51 – Why do we genuflect on the right knee, not the left?
  • 42:47 – Is it possible to determine Jesus DNA from the Shroud, Holy Face of Manoppello, or Eucharistic Miracles?

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