The promotion of life-sustaining planets in nearby systems has increased recently. February 2017 saw a number of articles about a cluster of planets with the suggestion that one or more of these newly discovered planets may be able to sustain life. In April 2017, additional articles have surfaced suggesting that there could be life on one of Saturn's moons, again without any proof.

The caution is that as science continues to increase these suggestions without proof, humanity gets acclimatised to the idea that there could be life on other planets which will introduce doubt and denial about religion by those easily impressionable or with little faith. So few will get past the headlines to actually study what is being suggested and how improbable the existence of life on other planets really is. For the majority, the damage is done with the unsubstantiated headlines.

Without proof to the contrary, the known truth is that only one planet can sustain human life. Be on guard of deception to the contrary meant to weaken faith and remove God from the equation.

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Book of Truth prophecy:
Earth is the only living part of the universe created by God for His children. But that is not the only reason that these claims will be made to prove that God does not Exist. They will proclaim man’s greatness; his intelligence and his advances in science, to dispel the notion that man was created by God.1
- March 29th, 2014

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