I've heard a common trend putting humankind in the center of all religions, so if man were to find out there were indeed little green men, do you think you may question the authenticity of your creator?
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If I wouldn't be deemed as "one who does not take things seriously" I would definitely select this for "Best Answer" :)
Alright, what if they flat out refuted the concept of god, and in fact took the side of atheists? Bare in mind, intergalactic travel is quite the feet.
I would regard it as one more source of Atheism and as others would continue to do, worship our God and Creator of all the Universe and what is in it. There is God, no matter who refutes the "notion" and how intelligent they are seen as being.
A strong sense of faith + open mindedness, i like it.
i like your second sentence, a mix of witty, creative, and atni-abortion.
Your last sentences inspired a new question to ask! (not directly to do with step fathers) and haha i'll ask as they explain to me the answers to the universe
I think this was the best said for someone on your side of this stance, some of it rhymed, and the most meaningful. I couldn't find those stories just now, but they sound interesting and i have read some of the Vedas.
Short and sweet, yes I agree, in the short run at least. Yah evidence of aliens, ancient and some current, plays a re-occurring roll of intrigue in my life (mostly when i'm stuck on the History channel).
This was an excellent answer, absentmindedly I nervously thought you were supporting christianity with your first few points until "...yet the Christians are ready with an answer.", ha.
Yes, christianity is a resilient force.