The discovery of alien life may be close. How will religion survive it?
The core question would be, does God’s creation extend beyond a single planet? If so, would the inhabitants of those planets believe in the same gods as humans do? How could the creator of the universe deny the inhabitants of those worlds a chance to redeem their sins? Does that mean that God incarnated as Jesus in those worlds contrary to Bible teachings that say that the redemption in Christ was a unique event meant for humans on Earth?
Commentary & Analysis
L. A. Marzulli
Coming to you from an undisclosed location deep in the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains!
Here’s another tasty tidbit that points us to the DISCLOSURE of the so-called extraterrestrial presence.
Are we alone in the universe? What is this universe? Is it holographic? Does anyone know where we really are? Does anyone know where the first self-replicating molecule originated from?
If we are intellectually honest we have to say we don’t have a clue as to the answer to these questions. However the Bible, which for me is the TRUTH, in the upside-down-out-of-control-world tells us this.
In the Beginning was the Word and the Word was with God.
He was with God in the beginning.
All things were made through Him and without Him nothing that was made was made.
Of course the WORD is Jesus. This statement is perhaps one of the most astonishing texts we find in our Bibles. In short, everything we see in both the seen and unseen universe are created, and sustained—held together—by Jesus. Of course to those who are perched precariously in Academia, this statement is absurd.
In my new film Paul McGuire comes on the record and states that he believes disclosure of the extraterrestrial presence will be soon. He cites the fact that the Neo Darwinist’s are looking to Panspermia for the solution to life on this planet. Panspermia is the concept that we were seeded here by an advance race of extraterrestrials.
Folks, all I can say is I believe we are running toward this event and as I have stated recently: