Religion: The New Heaven

Where is heaven?

"It's up there," says the fundamentalist, "and it's accurately described in the Book of Revelation. Heaven has twelve gate's and a 144-cubit wall."

"No!" explodes Nikita Khrushchev. "We sent the astronaut Titov up there and he looked all over and didn't see it anywhere."

"Heaven exists." says the monsignor, placing his fingertips together. "That is all we know for sure. Some "theologians hold that heaven is everywhere, as God is. Most, however, deem it more appropriate that it should be a special place with definite limits—a glorious abode in which the...

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