posted on May, 10 2004 @ 08:43 PM
Mr No One, the saints, in that structure were a Catholic thing, and many of the christian sects do not believe that a saint is a demi-god, but more
just what a follower of christ becomes.
Romans 1:7 ...to all who are beloved of God in Rome, called as saints: Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
1 of 41 verses in the pauline epistles, is used more often that the term Christians...sigh
Anyway, Christians, are told by scriptures that we are to be "in this word" and not "of this world," technically making anyone who follows Christ
spiritually, an alien, as much as that follower is to be like Christ, which in turm makes Christ the spiritual alien, and as he is a part of God, then
God is a spiritual alien. Kind of hard to make the God who created a member of the creation--though humanly, he did by becoming christ...
So, my point? Spiritually, he is an alien. When he became Christ, he was man, and was not. --just Bible Semantics.