posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 05:39 PM
reply to post by Kharron
The problem here is the concept of fitting God/Jesus, which ever entity you prefer, into a box. An all powerful, supernatural God....does not go in a
box. He supersedes natural law, because he created natural law. He was here, before anything else was...he was here before any laws were, because he
created those laws. Therefore....the laws of death, and living do not pertain to him/it, whatever. If there is a God, a true God..a superpower,
supernatural, all knowing, all things, created all things..no beginning, no end ....God, then our concept of "natural" laws, pertaining to death do
not apply to that God. Therefore, yes...a supernatural, all powerful God..can die for us here on Earth, while not dying elsewhere.
Likewise, the possibility of creation on other planets has nothing to do with there being a God or not. Our history, our story if the correct
one..pertains to us, and therefore, would only need to contain us. Imagine explaining to ancient human beings...or present ones...that creation does
in fact live on other planets. Look at how we treated new continents when we discovered them, and the people on it..can you imagine what we would do
to an entire planet??? if we were to discover it??? we flew to the moon and placed our little flag on it, and considered it ours...it is not...it
belongs to the universe, not the Earth...which we do not own as well. We as humans with our small little box minds, like to think that we grab a hold
of something it becomes ours (much like children in a school yard and we want the toy) Knowing human nature, I would not express the knowledge of life
and the ability to have it elsewhere either, until I was secure and 100% sure they would view it correctly. We can't even take care of ourselves, why
would God gives us this knowledge, when we cannot even be okay on our own planet?
The existence of "aliens" in the universe in no way negates a God...nor his dying for us to save us.