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Though your answer raises many good and serious points, I couldn't help but laugh at the end. Nicely done.
I agree. The war and unrest sadly would likely be between ourselves deciding what to do while the aliens sit back shaking their heads.
Well, if God is not of Earth then wouldn't that make God 'alien'? This question actually reminds me of the Project Bluebeam conspiracy theory. Plans for a new religion with an alien race at the head of it!
It seems in talk of aliens, they are of superior knowledge...I think there would be many who'd convert or take it up simply because it'd be the hip new thing.
Wow man, your bloody serious...Apparently no sense of humour when it has to do with religion, let alone "the only true religion"....
And thanks for the fish.
I suppose I was thinking more along the lines of aliens with their own religion that doesn't involve Christ, Allah, Buddha, Zen, Satan, Or anything we now have etched into ours brains of the "only" religion. So you would read em a bible. Ok.
Pete: Is "ETERNAL DEATH" not serious? If u thk "humorous" not a "believer!"
Dan: Be it alien or human there is NO religion only the "Gospel of Christ" according to Scripture (Gal 1:6-9)! "Etching in our brains" is what is WRITTEN in the Word!
Always look at the bright side of life....
Would an alien religion have the same God? Probably not. imagine if the aliens where immortal, Emortal Death would be insignificant. No heaven for them, maybe that explains it.
According to Scriptures, the Gospel of Christ will be taught to "ALL NATIONS" alien or not! Whether they want to "believe" or not is up to them as it is to you for ALL have "free will!"
How is the holy scripture taught to a squid ?
With GOD "ALL" things are possible if a "believer!"
"Would" is a rather key word in the question.
I don't think so. Would suggests something past. You are making it sound like we have one. :) You could have used can, will, and the like :)
"What WOULD you do if a shark attacks you?" Doesn't sound past tense to me but answering the question isn't mandatory. Thank you for reading.