Space aliens creation vs god creation

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Dec 24, 2012
 
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Iím not sure I can agree humans have the capability to look into the future (or the past). We havenít got the sensory equipment for starters. But it can get even more complicated. For example, does the future even exist to be looked into granting appropriate sensory devices exist?
I donít know what to make of Titan but sometimes Iím tempted to say this: The Titanic was planned, someone was just playing out the script. They are taking the p.ss. Sick? Yes. Wacko? Very. These words come to mind,ďIn a world of universal deceit, the truth is a revolutionary idea.Ē Anyway thanks for hazarding a guess, I havenít got a clue.
There are a few people on earth who are gifted, but they are rare. There was a time when the US Army worked with gifted individuals during the Cold War and the military called it "Remote Viewing". Now, the gov. just grants money to universities that do research work in the field.
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Dec 24, 2012
 
Earth Child 1 wrote:
<quoted text>There are a few people on earth who are gifted, but they are rare. There was a time when the US Army worked with gifted individuals during the Cold War and the military called it "Remote Viewing". Now, the gov. just grants money to universities that do research work in the field.
Yes remote viewing is interesting and worth considering as a candidate, I hadnít thought about it. But objective or non-deceptive information on such phenomena is hard to come by. We, I at least, need to get out of the left-brain & 5-sense only paradigms for too long.
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A flood happened.That much we agree on.

1.Epic of Gilgamesh clay tablets are far older then any known Noah's flood account. Plus way back then Christian had many pagan books they called there own floating around.

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2.They evolved like life on earth did.
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3.The country of India is full of NDE only using other gods. So do you believe in the god of India?

4. What is all the stuff the Hubble space telescope takes pictures of if nothing exist beyond our atmosphere? I take it you also don't believe man has walked on the moon?

5. If UFO are real whats in them? In your option.
1. The Epic of Gilgamesh is the oldest WRITTEN account of the flood. The oral story from Noahs time (From which the pagan story of the Epic of Gilgamesh came from) is much older.

2. Since there ARE no outer space aliens, no they didn't and life did NOT evolve here either.

3. Our resident NDE expert, Seendemons, has seen a different god also. Like the Indians, he is also wrong.

4. I said LIFE didn't exist beyond our universe. And yes, man walked on the moon.

5. What are in the UFO's? Never been on one so I have no idea.
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Dec 24, 2012
 
Number 4. should have "atmosphere" instead of universe.

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Dec 24, 2012
 
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Yes remote viewing is interesting and worth considering as a candidate, I hadnít thought about it. But objective or non-deceptive information on such phenomena is hard to come by. We, I at least, need to get out of the left-brain & 5-sense only paradigms for too long.
Hi LKG! I was qurious to find out what part of the brain remote viewing occurs and decided to do a little homework. The temporal lobes of the cortex of the brain is where remote viewing is involved. I thought you might like this article. I found it interesting. Enjoy!

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vision_remo...

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Dec 24, 2012
 
I don't know how I got qurious when it's curious I wanted.........LOL. Sorry!
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Dec 25, 2012
 
Earth Child 1 wrote:
<quoted text>Hi LKG! I was qurious to find out what part of the brain remote viewing occurs and decided to do a little homework. The temporal lobes of the cortex of the brain is where remote viewing is involved. I thought you might like this article. I found it interesting. Enjoy!
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vision_remo...
Thanks. I've given it a quick read & it's very interesting. I've come across ELF before & whenever I tell it to someone who's never heard of it, they think it or I am nuts. Remote viewing clearly sounds possible & HAS been used. To someone ignorant of both remote viewing & ELF, seeing these things in action can look supernatural. One really has to be careful with explanations they ascribe to events. On the one hand the extreme naturalist is too quick to reduce everything to 5-sense reality. On the other, the hyper-religious is at risk of making an unwarranted supernatural explanation.

Here's one you might like: google jonathan swift's Martian moons. Basically, J Swift wrote accurately about Mars' moons over 100s before astronomy discovered them. It wouldn't surprise me if he remote viewed them.

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Dec 26, 2012
 
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Thanks. I've given it a quick read & it's very interesting. I've come across ELF before & whenever I tell it to someone who's never heard of it, they think it or I am nuts. Remote viewing clearly sounds possible & HAS been used. To someone ignorant of both remote viewing & ELF, seeing these things in action can look supernatural. One really has to be careful with explanations they ascribe to events. On the one hand the extreme naturalist is too quick to reduce everything to 5-sense reality. On the other, the hyper-religious is at risk of making an unwarranted supernatural explanation.
Here's one you might like: google jonathan swift's Martian moons. Basically, J Swift wrote accurately about Mars' moons over 100s before astronomy discovered them. It wouldn't surprise me if he remote viewed them.
I googled Swift and he was amazing with his description of the moons. You're right, Swift may have used remote viewing. Fascinating stuff!
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Dec 29, 2012
 
Earth Child 1 wrote:
<quoted text>I googled Swift and he was amazing with his description of the moons. You're right, Swift may have used remote viewing. Fascinating stuff!
What do you make of stretching out the heavens in (Job 9:8, Psalm 104:2, Isaiah 44:24) and expansion of the universe?

This is very fascinating whatever interpretation one wants to put on it. I can't get over the 100th monkey effect.

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Dec 29, 2012
 
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What do you make of stretching out the heavens in (Job 9:8, Psalm 104:2, Isaiah 44:24) and expansion of the universe?
This is very fascinating whatever interpretation one wants to put on it. I can't get over the 100th monkey effect.
Hi LGK! You're right, one can come up with many interpretations. One interpretation would be leaving earth in a space shuttle and looking at the infinite vastness off space and looking back at earth as it stretches away or I totally use another interpretation and say that consciousness expands through the universe, stretching, reaching and leaving imprints. We can compile many interpretations.

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Two or three things you have wrong here.
No, I do NOT believe in a worldwide flood and neither does Ballard. He is just setting out to prove that Noahs flood DID happen and later on it was written down by MANY pagan religions, such as the Epic of Gilgamesh.
The miracles DID happen. Jesus DID walk on the water and before you start, Horus and all the other mythological "messiahs" have been debunked, time and again and even most atheists debaters rarely bring them up anymore.
And what do you mean, no supernatural Being is needed in the case of aliens? Did they just magically "poof" into existence?
What it is, is, there is another dimension that we cannot see and RARELY experience. NDEs are just a piece of the puzzle. UFO's are real, the bible proves that but they are not from OUTER space but OUR UNSEEN space. Nothing exists beyond our atmosphere.
you sounded almost normal until you wrote this,"Nothing exists beyond our atmosphere".
why would you think that,billions upon billions of planets and you think nothing exist,that's insane.
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<quoted text>Hi LGK! You're right, one can come up with many interpretations. One interpretation would be leaving earth in a space shuttle and looking at the infinite vastness off space and looking back at earth as it stretches away or I totally use another interpretation and say that consciousness expands through the universe, stretching, reaching and leaving imprints. We can compile many interpretations.
Hi Earth Child,

Our interpretations depend on our prior assumptions & pre-suppositions which all humans necessarily have. Christian apologetics pre-suppose correspondence between Scripture & accurate data from nature so would see expansion of the universe as the stretching out the heavens foreseen in the Bible. I can see the coherence but wouldn't see this as cosmology proving the Bible.

As for this thread, the presupposition in comparing alien to god creation is that aliens & god are equivalent which if they are, why not just call aliens god? I see this as slightly separate from do aliens exist; if they do, in my book they are IN the universe & are therefore creaTED (or evolved, dare I say) but definitely not creaTOR. However, there's nothing to say logically created aliens couldn't in turn create humans. Doesn't it get complicated?

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Dec 30, 2012
 
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1. The Epic of Gilgamesh is the oldest WRITTEN account of the flood. The oral story from Noahs time (From which the pagan story of the Epic of Gilgamesh came from) is much older.
2. Since there ARE no outer space aliens, no they didn't and life did NOT evolve here either.
3. Our resident NDE expert, Seendemons, has seen a different god also. Like the Indians, he is also wrong.
4. I said LIFE didn't exist beyond our universe. And yes, man walked on the moon.
5. What are in the UFO's? Never been on one so I have no idea.
WOW I think you should go back and read your post #17 where you said the bible proves that UFO"S are real.
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Dec 31, 2012
 
They still talk to people, and people talk to them.

They call themselves "god" sometimes.

The shaman have always spoken to them.

The schizophrenics seem to be in contact with them, it is why they say some of the things that they do, like "im talking to god".

"The god of this world." Talks to many people actually.

They didn't create it though, he did, him and his first born.

These aliens that everyone talks about, you may not believe at first, but they are spirits, spirits can perform illusions, one of these illusions is appearing physical, they have many costumes you might say.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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