This would make space flight affordable and eventually enable commercial flights.
Each rocket costs $54 million, while the fuel only costs $200,000. All other previous space missions, whether it was NASA or other national programs, would have the rocket fall back to earth and be destroyed. Being able to reuse the rocket significantly reduces per-flight costs, with the price tag increasingly approaching the cost of fuel.
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No other gospel, canonical or apocryphal, mentions Jesus having a spouse. In the Christian tradition, celibacy is often held up as an ideal; Western Catholic priests, and vowed religious (monks and nuns) of Anglican, Catholic and Orthodox faiths, take Jesus' celibacy as an example. What happens to this ideal if the ultimate exemplar was married?
Moreover, if someone whom Christians believe to be God married a human, the nature of God would have to be re-evaluated in a major way.
It has been suggested that this throws the whole only-men-can-be-priests thing into question, as Jesus’s twelve disciples were all men.
However, disciple is usually used in the gospels to refer to a broader group, such as the 70 people commissioned by Jesus in the Gospel of Luke. These are not stated to be either men or women. The twelve followers are, of course, disciples, but they are also apostles, which the 70 are not; hence, this phrase doesn’t in itself contradict anything seen in the canonical gospels.