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GOD, Man & ET: The Question of Other Worlds in Science, Theology, and Mythology Set

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GOD, Man & ET: The Question of Other Worlds in Science, Theology, and Mythology Set

Hosted by former CNN Anchor, Cheryll Jones.

Boldly going where no scientists have gone before... The Debate! The Conclusions! The Wonder! Scholars, theologians and scientists came together at the University of Wisconsin for an all-day, mind-blowing discussion on the questions of "God, Man, and E.T."

Their conclusions will shock and amaze you!

Captured in spectacular cinematic style, packed with stunning imagery, computer animation and a classical music soundtrack, this series of programs is the result of that historic event and compelling, wide-ranging discussion. It features:

Dave Flynn - "The Mars/Earth Connection: Cydonia in Ancient Science and Mythology." Dave Flynn, well-known mythologist in the Christian community, and expert on Cydonia / Mars anomalies and Biblical teachings, occult mythology, and zodiacal and processional phenomena.

Dr. Michael S. Heiser - "No Room at the Inn? Can the Judeo - Christian Worldview Accommodate an Intelligent ET Reality?" Mike Heiser, Ph.D., received his degree for the University of Wisconsin, has taught biblical studies/theology and does translation work in a dozen middle-eastern languages. Author of the "The Facade", a novelization of UFOs, ET the Paranormal and The Bible Code Myth.

Richard C. Hoagland - "The Gods of Cydonia: the Case for Ancient Artificial Structures in the Solar System" Richard C. Hoagland - Former CBS Science Advisor for Walter Cronkite, and a former NASA consultant to the Goddard Space Flight Center, is Founder and Principal Investigator of The Enterprise Mission.

Dr. Hugh Ross - "Does ET Have a Home? The Probability for Life's Existence Elsewhere in the Universe." Dr. Ross received his degree from Cal Tech and is a leading figure in the Intelligent Design movement and has authored several books.

Dr. Paul Nelson - "If ET Called, How Would We Know It?" Dr. Nelson received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in Philosophy.