- Jun 30, 2008
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- Bergamo, Italy
If it were really that anthropocentric, I would have placed aliens among animals, and thus not worthy of life eternal. Was God judeo-centric for choosing Abraham's descendance to bless all humankind? Similarly, He might have chosen to incarnate on Earth and bless all the world(s). I don't see any reason why we shouldn't do the same with aliens, if they ever existed, I mean we should spread the Gospel to them too. And maybe, they could have received some kind of temporary instruction and salvation as the Jews had. Sincerely, that's not just sci-fi... that's pure imagination, so consider this as a "sci-fi theological experiment", so let's get back to the OT!Nebelpfade said:True how?GammaRay said:There's not a single contradiction with the current scientific consensus and Genesis, so you can even take it to be true (but NOT literal).
What a painfully anthropocentric view of the cosmos.AlexanderOfBergamo said:Indeed, there's no reason why we should exclude the possibility they might have had prophets themselves, preparing aliens to meet us, the true children of God!
In Christ, Alex