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Originally posted by Lythium
I don't know what I believe and am not ready to find out either, but I know from personal experience that Aliens seem more tangible. I believe that most people believe that there is a deffinite possibility of other intelligent life forms-that the universe is just too big and unknown to think there isn't. Now that isn't to say that most people believe in little green men crashing in New Mexico. Also I find that the belief in God does not affect most peoples acceptance that we are not the only ones. I also think it's easier for those that believe in god to also believe in aliens and that the opposite is not true. Aliens seem to be accepted by everyone in theory atleast. I think it all boils down to the more tangible one. God isn't tangible, he isn't meant to be tangible. Aliens are however, they are organisms etc. I also think it's easier to believe in a peer opposed to a higher power.
Originally posted by CommonSense
I've never heard of angels travelling in UFOs. Since they are pure spirit I wouldn't think they would need any vehicle. Can you tell me where this is in the Bible?
Originally posted by TheBorg
Raphael: Those excerpts there are talking about visions had by particular people, not actual events in history. Please read the rest of the chapter to get some background on the event before posting it here. People have been saying that Ezekial saw UFO's for a long time, and it was nothing but a vision, which is described in VERY FINITE DETAIL in later chapters.
And another question for everyone: What does God need with a Starship? Captian Kirk said that in a Star Trek episode, and I found it quite applicable here as well.
Originally posted by junknewsie
...... to do with spirituality for me...it has more to do with an internally-controlled, common-sensical thought process...if that makes sense.