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How would God judge aliens?

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posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 07:49 PM
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If ET's exist are they included in God's book of life? Will they be judged according to their deeds? Are they at risk for eternal damnation if they reject Jesus as their personal savior? Do they need to hear God's Word and be baptised so they can live forever? Do they know Jesus loves them?




posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 08:57 PM
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Why would you ask these questions?

How is anyone on earth supposed to know the answer to these?! My guess would say it depends on their history. how and why God created them. Mankind was created to live in, and take care of the garden of eden... and its only because we sinned, and were kicked out of Eden that we ever needed Jesus as our savior in the first place...



posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 08:59 PM
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well, i do believe aliens were the makers of christianity. so, no, they don't worry about that stuff. if you've seen the pictures of jesus + UFOs, you'd know what i'm talkin about. i've also read stuff that's said the same thing. aliens believe in the "creator" or "god" force, but our earth religions are just that. earth religions. (don't remember the site and don't know if i'd trust it but that's what it said)



posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 09:07 PM
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The question should be the other way round. Do extraterrestrial alien species believe in god? And given that religion was created during the intellectual immarity of the human race, it is obvious what the answer is.

[edit on 23/3/2005 by Zugzwang]



posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 09:17 PM
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Zugzwang

Are you implying that only those who are immature, or just spiritually immature believe in a God? In my opinion, its the other way around. Stuff in this universe is way to numerous, too organized, and too beautiful for there to NOT be a creator.



posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 09:45 PM
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Spirituality is a different issue. I'm talking intellectually and with reference to the christian god referred to in the first post. I somehow don't think our alien friend 'Bob' sitting on a rock orbiting a star over in the Andromeda galaxy is facing Mecca every day to pray, nor will he be celebrating Easter this weekend. I wonder if aliens have on the rear bumper of their spacecraft 'Honk if you love Jesus!'

[edit on 23/3/2005 by Zugzwang]

[edit on 23/3/2005 by Zugzwang]



posted on Mar, 23 2005 @ 10:17 PM
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HAHA! That was a good laugh. And yeah, im totally with you when it comes to that.



posted on Mar, 24 2005 @ 08:11 AM
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If ET's exist are they included in God's book of life? Will they be judged according to their deeds? Are they at risk for eternal damnation if they reject Jesus as their personal savior? Do they need to hear God's Word and be baptised so they can live forever? Do they know Jesus loves them?


Is anyone at risk of eternal damnation if they reject Jesus as their savior? You think alien's must be Born Again to be saved? I think Jesus was a mortal prophet. Am I going to be doomed to eternal damnation? No.

I do believe there is a God and if He created us, then he created everything on this planet and any other that has life. But, my God doesn't expect anyone to kiss His hiney to get into heaven.....



posted on Mar, 24 2005 @ 08:26 AM
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There are a lot of other questions you need to answer before you can even attempt to ask how God would judge aliens.

1. Were they create by God like man, "In his own image" being holy and spiritual?
2. Are they able to belive in God, and what Jesus did for them?
3. Are they even spiritual beings?

In all, since there is no solid evidance Aliens do exist, I have to treat them the same way as I do Ghosts. They have no power over me, and my evenutal salvation in heaven.

As an aside, if they really like doing anal probes they are probly going ot get the same punishment as Soddum and Gammora, for being evil and disgusting



posted on Mar, 24 2005 @ 10:50 AM
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i'ved stated before that i'm neither a believer nor a skeptic concerning aliens, but am open to the idea.

that's an interesting question you ask. i would be inclined to believe that God has laid down the same basic laws to aliens, as relating to not committing injustices against another of God's creations.

of course, mankind sinned after being created. it is entirely possible that the creations on other planets did not, and live on a level similar to that of the angels.




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