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God and Cosmos: Faith & Science Series Part 2

The Rev. Dr. Ted Peters
19th Sunday after Pentecost - Year B
Psalm 8:1-9

Faith & Science in the 21st Century Series
19th Sunday after Pentecost - Year B
Psalm 8:1-9

In his sermon for our Faith & Science series, Dr. Ted Peters explores the realities behind Psalm 8, which reveals that regardless of how large our cosmos might be, God still loves each one of us individually and intimately.

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