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Originally posted by Solomons
If they have any common sense and have left behind mysticism and supernatural thinking then no,they wont have a personal god.
Originally posted by warrenb
Deity worship seems so primitive. If the beings from other planets have advanced civilization and technology, why would they need to worship deities?
Originally posted by damwel
Please don't ever type like that again. Also are you saying Tibetans are aliens?
Originally posted by avail
Maybe someone can enlighten me as i ask a serious but 'out there' question:
Do Extra Terrestrials believe in God or Religion ? If yes/no what makes you think so ?
[edit on 26-1-2009 by avail]
Originally posted by Srvyr1969
I do believe that question is loaded with infinite possibilities. A very well thought out and good one though. It is of my opinion that every civilization starts basically with many different gods to explain things like weather, wealth, love, etc... But as soon as they reach that high point of intellect they all seem to veer towards one god. With this though seems to come the killing in the name of happening to all who have different opinions from the larger group. So I would say that if there is intellegent life able to travel vast expanses of the universe, then too there advancement has led them to the knowledge that religion and science go hand in hand and niether disproves the other. If reason being this has happened then also reason would state that yes they would have to in my opinion believe in a higher power for the sake of unity of the whole to be able to achieve any goals set forth. Even though I may be wrong on this I did enjoy such a chalenging question. Thank you.