Today, I am reviewing an incredibly important and relevant book, which you have probably never heard of. It’s called The Bible and Rockets to the Moon by Edward Boone. First off, let me apologize; you won’t be able to find this work anywhere, nor can you borrow my copy. But that’s okay, because I’m going to tell you everything you need to know about this little volume. Strap in; we’re going to hit 5 Gs.
Oh, I should mention that this little booklet was written after
Sputnik and Explorer, but before Neil Armstrong set foot on the lunar
surface. And the “relevant issue” at hand is whether or not landing on
the moon would be a sinful rebellion against the Almighty. I inherited
this short, saddle-stitched volume from my late grandmother, who had a
whole shelf full of similar booklets and pamphlets—some of them full of
solid Gospel material, and a few of them more or less cookoo for Cocoa
Puffs. I have no idea where she got them or what she thought of this
particular book. Seriously, though; stick with me. I promise it really
Mr. Boone attempts to use the Bible to build. . .
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