God an alien?

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Maybe:

1) Jesus said that he is not of this world... meaning he's from another world?

2) At the tower of Babel, it was said that the people were getting high enough to reach God. How, when in modern day, we go much higher than they did back then. Remember, God scattered the people across the world so they couldn't reach him. He acted. Yet, we go higher and nothing happens. Could it be that there was a big spaceship in the sky and they were trying to reach it?

3) It's said in the new testament that the armies will point there weapons to the sky to battle Jesus and his angels. Think the movie Independence Day. Could the armies of the world be pointing their guns to spaceships in the sky?

4) Chariots that came out from the sky (heaven) were described as having breastplates of armor. Since they had no way of saying UFO (word/understanding didn't exist back then) they could have been describing a UFO.

5) When Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed, it was said fire came out of heaven (sky?). Again, think Independence Day when the fire came from the ships that destroyed the city.
 
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you know if God exists he is ET by very definition. so technically it's impossible for God not to be an alien.

I often wonder if alien visitors long ago influenced the development of religion.

If it was the year 2000 A.D. and some guy teleported to the Earth's surface and people asked him where he came from and he pointed up to the sky, then what would people think?

NO matter how hard these visitors tried to explain they weren't god, the people who saw them would still think they are God no matter what.

In fact there was an episode of Star Trek the Next Generation where Pricard actually accidentally did this to a primitive alien race. He had a very hard time explaining that he wasn't God.
 
Kurt Russell would punch god in the face.
 
What if god were one of us?

And somebody killed him, and nobody ever knew.

Hell, that's probably just what happened. It sure feels that way.
 
The topic suggested that ancient peoples described the phenomenon in a way that makes sense to them (angels, chariots of fire, fire from heaven, etc.). I would keep in mind that we are interpreting the information according to our mindset as well (aliens, spaceships, ray guns, etc.).

The phenomenon was probably something only partially understood, as a chariot of fire or an alien spaceship.
 
Well God was an alien if you take into account he created the earth and therefore could not be a native of it. But this is using the word alien in its largest sense.
 
here's a catch...

isn't God described at least in the christian sense to be all around us?

wouldn't that make him a native to this world and hence not an Alien as such.
 
i've begun more and more lately to describe to this theory... i was watching something on the discovery channel, or science channel about old paintings that ancient peoples (from many different areas of the world) did that depicted, very clearly, what we would call flying saucers.
 
rodhulk said:
Maybe:

1) Jesus said that he is not of this world... meaning he's from another world?

2) At the tower of Babel, it was said that the people were getting high enough to reach God. How, when in modern day, we go much higher than they did back then. Remember, God scattered the people across the world so they couldn't reach him. He acted. Yet, we go higher and nothing happens. Could it be that there was a big spaceship in the sky and they were trying to reach it?

3) It's said in the new testament that the armies will point there weapons to the sky to battle Jesus and his angels. Think the movie Independence Day. Could the armies of the world be pointing their guns to spaceships in the sky?

4) Chariots that came out from the sky (heaven) were described as having breastplates of armor. Since they had no way of saying UFO (word/understanding didn't exist back then) they could have been describing a UFO.

5) When Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed, it was said fire came out of heaven (sky?). Again, think Independence Day when the fire came from the ships that destroyed the city.

You're falling into the same trap that you claim our ancestors fell into. Using "modern" explanations for things that cannot truly be explained. Our ancestors tried their best to explain things they did not understand, using the current technology as they knew it. God IS, beyond that, trying to explain him is difficult. You use alien spaceships instead of chariots, but it's all the same thing, trying to define the undefinable. We will only understand God when we pass from this life to the next.
 
redmarvel said:
You're falling into the same trap that you claim our ancestors fell into. Using "modern" explanations for things that cannot truly be explained. Our ancestors tried their best to explain things they did not understand, using the current technology as they knew it. God IS, beyond that, trying to explain him is difficult. You use alien spaceships instead of chariots, but it's all the same thing, trying to define the undefinable. We will only understand God when we pass from this life to the next.
there's no proof that we will be able to understand him any more when we die.
 
what most of us fail to realize is that we're aliens ourselves...

...aliens are from outerspace right? well, since Earth is in outerspace...WE are aliens (at least to life on other planets).
 

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