It’s been calculated that the observable Universe is a bubble of space 47 billion years in all directions.

Your god concept is pitifully small and your religion’s self-importance is too big. Ancient man was limited to what he could see. Therefore his god myth is small and limited in our understanding now, and we can see the self-importance is too big when it’s only fixed to this tiny little earth and an extremely limited concept of the heavens around it. Their god did not seem to see past the limited sight man could see. Thus we can see how pitiful and limited god and religion truly is.

Bible cosmology is laughable.

“God said He would multiply Israel as the stars of heaven.” – 1 Chronicles 27:23

“God made their sons as numerous as the stars of heaven.” – Nehemiah 9:23

“as many descendants as the stars of the heaven are in number.” – Hebrews 11:12

“Look to the heavens: Who created all these? He who brings out the starry host one by one and calls forth each of them by name. Because of his great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing.” – Isaiah 40:26

“God determines the number of the stars in the heavens and calls them each by name.” – Psalm 147:4

“God made the two great lights, the greater light to govern the day, and the lesser light to govern the night; He made the stars also.” – Genesis 1:16

“Praise Him, sun and moon; Praise Him, all stars of light! Praise Him, highest heavens, And the waters that are above the heavens!” – Psalms 148:3-6

“And all the host of heaven will wear away, And the sky will be rolled up like a scroll; All their hosts will also wither away As a leaf withers from the vine, Or as one withers from the fig tree.” – Isaiah 34:4

If you had great eye sight and traveled to both the northern an southern hemispheres which you would have to do as not everything can be seen from only one, you could only see about 9,000 stars.

With a good pair of binoculars, that number jumps to about 200,000, since you can observe stars down to magnitude 9. A small telescope, capable of resolving magnitude 13 stars will let you count up to 15 million stars. Large observatories could resolve billions of stars.

But how many stars are out there? How many stars are there in the Milky Way?

And, if you multiply the number of stars in our galaxy by the number of galaxies in the Universe, you get approximately 1024 stars. That’s a 1 followed by twenty-four zeros.

That’s a septillion stars.

But there could be more than that.

It’s been calculated that the observable Universe is a bubble of space 47 billion years in all directions.

It defines the amount of the Universe that we can see, because that’s how long light has taken to reach us since the Big Bang.

This is a minimum value, the Universe could be much bigger – it’s just that we can’t ever detect those stars because they’re outside the observable Universe. It’s even possible that the Universe is infinite, stretching on forever, with an infinite amount of stars. So add a couple more zeros. Maybe an infinite number of zeroes.

That’s a lot of stars in the Universe. 1