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Martian men are coming to earth They're abducting all of the jerks Martian men are coming to earth Martian men don't take me Pods are landing from outer space
Pods are duplicating my face
Pods are landing from outer space Pod thing leave me alone
I don't know what conventions you go to I don't know what movies you've seen
I don't wanna hear explanations of unexplainable things
It's not that I don't belive in aliens It's just I really don´t care
I wouldn't mind havin interplanetary friends
but not till they come hang in my own hemisphere
A recent National Geographic Society poll reported that 36 percent of Americans —about 80 million people —believe UFOs exist, only 17 percent do not, and the rest of the people are undecided. The survey did not specifically equate UFOs with flying saucers or little green men, however.
Holy Ghost is coming to earth
Saving souls of all of the jerks
The Holy Ghost is coming to earth
Savior man don't take me
The number one son is flipping the tab Paying for sins and fun we all had
The number one son is flipping the bill
Let me chip in for the tip
I dont understand why you beg for forgiveness Just before you do it again
Is it more altruistic to worship Or actually help fellow man?
It´s not that I don't belive in Jesus Christ
It´s just I care about other things
The world could certainly use some miracles Until then I'll put my faith in human beings
Some readers may recognize this argument as a variant of “Pascal’s wager.” The seventeenth-century French philosopher Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) argued that given that one cannot know for sure if God exists, it is nonetheless rational to believe in God. If one does not believe in God when He indeed exists (false-negative error), one must spend eternity in hell and damnation, whereas if one believes in God when he actually does not exist (false-positive error), one only wastes a minimal amount of time and effort spent on religious services. The cost of committing the false-negative error is much greater than the cost of committing the false-positive error. Hence one should rationally believe in God.