posted on Jan, 1 2012 @ 09:51 PM
To be honest I would think that the interstellar traveler would have a better knowledge of what the "truth" about what religion is and I think I would
be asking them their perspective on the universe's creation rather than preaching to them what earthlings believe in...
But for the sake of the post and the question you are asking. I would tell this interstellar traveler that humans generally follow the same set of
morals/ethics regardless of their choice of deity. In the end, it is that which we do as the human species that matters, not the scriptures that we
follow. I would then tell this alien that there is a mass amount of knowledge available about our current theologies and its best bet would be to
research each on one them thoroughly then use critical thinking to determine which (if any) of these seems to resonate with them and choose it.
Personally, I don't believe in religion or any godhead. I believe in spirit and the point where science/spirit meet. I would have thought that a being
capable of interstellar/inter-dimensional travel would share my views and not be blinded by the man-made myths. (Or that this being would already know
that the "GODS" we worship where actually just other interstellar travelers shown from an ancient people's perspective.
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TheSparrowSings because: (no reason given)