posted on May, 15 2014 @ 12:32 AM
originally posted by: SaturnFX
So, there is that thread about how the Pope (cool guy btw, no hate here) suggested he would baptize an alien if it came and asked.
Seems a no brainer really...sure...different culture or people requesting to be included in some strange religion..fine, if that's your choice, and
who knows...if its true, then voila..first alien to go into human heaven when ya die.
Started thinking though, what if a proper demon popped into this dimension and requested the same. A horned leather winged demon. satans minion...say
he escaped hell for a second and got to the church, requesting to be baptized.
Is baptism open for all, to include the condemned?
Demons are already in the position where the people will be who, in the end, have not been born again. They have permanently willfully denied the
Father and His Son, and the Holy Spirit; and they have pushed aside the Father's laws. Demons will never want
to accept Jesus Christ as Lord
and Savior. They had their chance already to reverence Him for all eternity while they were still in Heaven, before Lucifer deceived them into
The pope claiming that he would baptize an E.T. is not Biblical. Satan and his angels were cast to this world only, therefore only the inhabitants of
this world have been exposed to sin. Baptism for us is part of accepting Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. The inhabitants of other worlds are
sinless, and live in accordance with the Laws of God, just like this world would have done, had Adam and Eve not committed the first human sin. They
worship God and His Son the way we were meant to, which means they do not need to be saved. They already live in the same type of paradise we will
live in when we are resurrected in our immortal bodies, and have access to the tree of life.
When Jesus was baptized, He obviously did not do it because He was a sinner. We are to follow His example, except we are to do it in His honor, and in
honor of accepting Him as our Lord and Savior. Just like when He washed the disciples' feet and gave them the bread and wine to eat and drink in
remembrance of Him. He performed those specific acts Himself, and we are to do those same acts, except do it in honor of Him, and as an outspoken
symbol that we accept Him and what He did for us on the cross.
edit on 15-5-2014 by jeramie because: (no reason given)