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Originally posted by darkspace
couldn't agree more. that's why i look more upon the bible as an biblical/archeological asset. there are numerous references to sites of archeological importance. quite interresting actually. i found this out when i attended a cource in bible-archeology when i was younger.
Originally posted by Durden
Actually, it could be argued that this goes for some of the people in the UFO community as well. For most, the ET phenomena is a question of belief and faith, much as this is the case for believers in God. Remember, the majority of people have never met an agnel nor had a first-hand extra terrestrial experience.
Of course, one could argue there's more evidence pointing to the existance of ETs, but you still have to want to believe in the evidence and or witnesses to take them into consideration.
But I agree with you. It's a contratiction.