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Re: :Religion N People

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Posted by bzrd on January 22, 2000 22:51:24 UTC

: I have 2 questions..

: 1) What if in the future some scientist is able to : create a time machine and some1 goes back in time to : kill jesus christ before the bible was written.. : would there even be a disccusion here? What would : the world be like today?

: 2) What if in the future aliens that are clearly more : intelligent than us comes to earth n tells us we are their : offspring n that life on earth was seeded n gods from : the many religions were created because of the aliens : would the religious factions that believe in a "higher power" : here on earth react??

bzrd here: Suppose that the Bible is an integrated message system from outside our time domain and what we refer to as "aliens" are actually angelic hosts that inhabit the second Heaven. And that some of these are evil and seek to decieve us into thinking they are E.T.'s. Their M.O. is to tell people that they "spawned us" so as to set up the one world religion as prophesized in the Book of Revelation. Suppose that Jesus spoke of this deception in the Gospel of Matthew. If this is true, then Jesus remembers tommorow, which would seem to preclude the possibility of someone traveling back through time to alter history.

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