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Are There Aliens

Is there another world, then this one?

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"Aliens" are demons.

You will find that those who are highly susceptible to "ghosts" aka familiar spirits are also taken with the thought of aliens, secretly watching and waiting for an actual encounter.

Demons want to destroy your soul. They want you to go to hell, as they are doing the devil's bidding. It is their ultimate "mission".
---lisa on 6/13/08

I don't think that believing in aliens reduces man's importance in any way. I do not know if there is life outside of our world but the bible does refer to the "worlds" as plural. I don't second guess about aliens bc I just don't know but I think its ok if others believe in aliens. If there are aliens, they aren't "better" than us:). We are created in Gods image and important enough that He sent His ONLY son to save us.
---jody on 6/13/08

If there were aliens they would be so far advanced to be able to contact us, that they would not be interested in us, or they would be so far behind that they would not have the ability to do it. I don't believe that there is any life outside earth. This might seem naive, but I believe the human being is the greatest creation of God in the physical realm. I can see why the government might want to pretend that there is this secret enemy, whom only the privileged 'know' about and are sworn to secrecy.
---frances008 on 6/13/08

Helen, I see what you mean and agree in part. However, studying the other side of the coin may, as in many cases, increase the child's faith in Intelligent Design. I recommend that you study evolution looking at the things that count against it. The questions that are not answered by it. And so on.
---frances008 on 6/13/08

Maybe, probably, but we wont know until we're glorified and sin has been destroyed once and for all. Cant go around spreading this disease around the universe :-)
---Todd1 on 6/12/08

I see the Moderator has made a stab at understanding what the question means. I though think the questioner may be asking about some sort of reincarnation, with us having come from, and then going on to, other lives in other worlds.
---alan8869_of_UK on 6/12/08

6000 yrs ago, the moon would have been about 800' closer to the earth. So this spiraling away of the moon is not a problem over the biblical timescale of 6,000 years. But if the earth and moon were over four billion years old (as evolutionists teach), then we would have big problems. In this case, the moon would have been so close that it would actually have been touching the earth only 1.4 billion years ago. This problem suggests that the moon cant possibly be as old as secular astronomers claim.
---Andrea on 9/9/07

answers in genesis
---Andrea on 9/9/07

The truth :-) We don't know unlesss you want to count Heaven Hell & Purgatory.But I suspect we have a few evidently from some of the posts on this forum!!
---Emcee on 9/9/07

we've found plenty of planets circling other suns. Some have the requisite elements to support life. Two moons of our solar system hold great promise of having life in some primitive form. What has this got to do with the bible BTW?
---alexia on 9/9/07

Aliens and ghosts are a tactic of Satan and His demons to mislead people. This has been going on since the sin of Adam. People have been seing UFO's and aliens for centuries, in the old days though people thought they were Gods. Google Raelism. The person who started the cult claims he got His information from an alien. What did the "alien" tell Him? That mankind is the genetic creation of aliens. If that doesn't shout demonic(demons love being looked at as Gods) then I don't know what does.
---Matthew_form_LA on 9/9/07

Of course there are aliens.
---atheist on 9/9/07

MikeM - In my Bible what you said is in Psalms 92 and 103 - there is nothing even vaguely like that there.
---Helen_5378 on 6/1/06

Helen; Eccl 1:4 and 5: The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth down and hasteth to its place where it ariseth Psalms 92: He has made the world firm, not to be moved. Psalms 103: You fixed the earth upon its foundation not to be moved forever. Joshua 10:12: Then spake Joshua to Jehovah in the day when Jehovah delivered up the Amorites before the children of Israel and he said in the sight of Israel Sun stand thou still upon Gibeon Psalms 73-104:5. Eccl 1:4 and 5: -Psalms 92: 10:12: 73-104:5.
---MikeM on 6/1/06

In this one respect, I agree with Atheist: There ARE aliens here on earth.

My proof is my boss!
---John_T on 5/30/06

MikeM, Genesis tells us that the Earth was created three days before the sun, moon, and stars. The purpose for the stars is to provide a calendar system (Gen. 1:14) and to declare God's glory to men (Ps. 19:1). The Earth is the center of the universe. Not physically, but as far as humans go, it is. Christ came here, will return here again. There is a war between Satan and God that takes place here. Spiritual center of the universe? Also do we really know where the center of the universe is? -Chris
---tofurabby on 5/30/06

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Lupe2618 - Thank you. I was pretty sure that was correct. Thanks for the info. Bless you.
---Helen_5378 on 5/30/06

4. against something explicitly stated elsewhere in Scripture. In the case of what is mentioned that the earth did not move, I have not found that statement to be true in Scripture, yet if it is, it has to be read in its whole context.
---Lupe2618 on 5/30/06

3. Poetry is to be treated as poetry. Historical accounts are to be treated as history. Parables as parables, hyperbole as hyperbole, and so on. So there is no problem with the Bible. We must seek to understand what it actually says and guard against forcing our own views upon it. The implicit must always be interpreted in light of the explicit; never the other way around. That is, if a particular text seems to imply something, we should not accept the implication as correct if it goes
---Lupe2618 on 5/30/06

2. in light of the context of the whole of Scripture. I have read that the Bible is not always literally correct, yet there is much confusion about the idea of literal interpretation. Literal interpretation, strictly speaking, means that we are to interpret the Bible as it is written. A noun is treated as a noun and a verb as a verb. It means that all the forms that are used in the writing of the Bible are to be interpreted according to the normal rules governing those forms.
---Lupe2618 on 5/30/06

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I would like to add, that the Bible itself is its own Supreme Court. The chief rule of biblical interpretation is "sacred Scripture is its own interpreter." This principle means that the Bible is to be interpreted by the Bible. What is obscure in one part of Scripture may be made clear in another. To interpret Scripture by Scripture means that we must not set one passage of Scripture against another passage. Each text must be understood not only in light of its immediate context but also
---Lupe2618a on 5/30/06

MikeM - The Scripture you have supplied says the SUN and MOON, but not the EARTH. Scripture is needed for the Earth not moving.
---Helen_5378 on 5/29/06

Habakkuk 3:11
The sun and moon stood still in their habitation at the light of thine arrows as they sped, at the flash of thy glittering spear
---MikeM on 5/29/06

Mike, will you state a Scripture that says, the earth does not move, For all passages read in its context will reveal what that passage meant at that point in time and to whom it was quoted to. I do not doubt that it says that but each passage with its own context is better. Not arguing that there is other planets with human life. We can assume their is life all we want but its all theory.
---Lupe2618 on 5/28/06

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Mike ... I will give you a straight answer, but it can only be for myself. If the Earth does not go round the Sun, and if the Sun does not wander round the Universe, then your spacecraft have been behaving in a most peculiar fashion. In my (humble) opinion, the Bible is not literal at several points, but affirms God as the Creator.
But maybe the scientists are lying and the spacecraft never flew.
---alan8869_of_UK on 5/28/06

Alan do8869 UK -- The fact is no-one can see the whole Universe to know exactly how big it is. I believe that it so big that man will never travel it's whole length --- if they did they would then end up in Heaven!! and you sure do not get to Heaven by space travel. Yes there are undoubtedly billions of stars. I mean what is the point of all this anyway? Really. Should our focus not be on the Lord Jesus Christ and His sacrificial death on the Cross for us, and spreading that to as many as possible?
---Helen_5378 on 5/28/06

MikeM - In answer to your 2nd question, we do not know from Scripture how old the earth is because there are no dates in God's Word ... I have heard preachers say that it is 6,000 years old, but fact is we have no way of knowing. In reply to your other question, could you please supply the Scriptures -- I have not read that the earth is still. It honestly does not make any difference to me though; all that matters is that Jesus is Lord and that He is King of kings and Lord of lords. Bless you.
---Helen_5378 on 5/28/06

I believe that there are billions of stars in the universe, and with them, billions and billions of planets, all created by God. Is there other life out there? I don't know, but perhaps. And I also think that if there are, God loves them as much as he loves us. the real question is: Why would they want to come here??
---NurseRobert on 5/28/06

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Helen; The Bible says in many places that the earth does not move. Therefore that would mean that the stars and planets go around the earth. Are you willing to literally accept that part of the Bible? (On this I can never get a straight answer from anyone)
---MikeM on 5/28/06

Helen, how old is the earth?
---MikeM on 5/28/06

MikeM - If I had a child out of love for that child and wanting that child to follow the path mapped out by God for him/her I would not endorse studying palentology or evolution. I would want that child to know the truth, and truth is not given out by scientists. Have a look -- most scientists believe in evolution, but not in the Lord Jesus.
---Helen_5378 on 5/28/06

Helen ... I'm still not sure what you are saying. Clearly you do not beleive there are life forms elsewhere in the universe. I can agree that.
But do you say that because the Bible does not mention them, those millions of galaxies and stars do not exist?
You seem to say that whatever scientists tell us which goes beyond what the Bible tells, they must be lying. If you do mean this, what about aeroplanes ... do they exist?
---alan_do8869_of_UK on 5/28/06

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Helen; perhaps a dumb question from me. If you had a child and he/she wanted to go to college for a degree in say, palentology, and you had the means, would you support or endorse their choice?
---MikeM on 5/28/06

Alan do8869 of UK -- I believe only what God says in His word, and because there is absolutely no suggestion of what scientists propose in His word, I therefore outright reject it. Most of it just does not make sense, but furthermore because I KNOW God through His Son Jesus I know that I know that this is not true. We are the only life form in the universe --- God loves us so much that He sent His Son Jesus to die on the Cross for us. The Cross is central to everything.
---Helen_5378 on 5/28/06

MikeM - I honestly would not be surprised at all. We all need to be very careful what we listen to -- if it is not in God's Word, then we need to outright reject it, no matter what it is. Bless you.
---Helen_5378 on 5/28/06

What Helen said about "no such thing of Dinosaurs" is not rare. On the radio I heard a preacher say 'dinosaur bones were created by the devil/or God to test us.' Another fellow on the radio said, "fossils were created by atheist scientist in underground labs then spread across the country so unsuspecting students will find them, leading them to the devil." This I heard on a radio station in Orange County Ca. I think I will vote for aliens bringing them.
---MikeM on 5/27/06

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Helen.. we are on the outer edge of the galaxy. I assume that you do accept that there are other worlds (planets circling stars) ... millions upon millions of them.
But you do not believe any of these could have life forms on them.
God will let us know, one day.
---alan_do8869_of_UK on 5/27/06

Jack - God has revealed all that needs to be revealed in His word. God's ultimate purpose which is right through Scripture from Genesis to Revelation is the redemption of mankind through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ of Himself on the Cross at Calvary for the sin of the world.
---Helen_5378 on 5/27/06

I believe there is life on all levels. 'billion and billions' as Carl Sagan said. Its rather self serving and limiting God to say we are the only planrt with intelligenmt life. Finding intelligent life is difficult enough here.
---MikeM on 5/27/06

Alan of U.K. -- Not sure exactly what you mean. What I mean is that there is one earth, then outer space that has of course the sun moon and stars, then there is heaven, and of course there is hell.... that is all that God made. As far as any other planet being inhabited -- definitely not.
---Helen_5378 on 5/27/06

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Helen, can you prove absolutely that there is no planet with intelligent and morally responsible life on it other than this one?

If you are honest, the BEST you can say is that we don't know; God has not revealed it.
---Jack on 5/27/06

Helen ... presumably you mean that there are no other inhabited worlds, or do you say that the other suns in other galaxies and universes, and all the planets they have, are just scientists' fabrications?
---alan_do8869_of_UK on 5/27/06

the only alien I know was me before I knew jesus.
---tom2 on 5/27/06

No there is not another world. The only other places apart from earth are heaven and hell.
---Helen_5378 on 5/27/06

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if we could fathom the true nature of our god while in this flesh maybe he might seem alien.but thank god that while shrouded in flesh and bone there is still alot of mystery around knowing god.the bible say hes a mystery, but while day we shall see him and know him as he is.we can get close by allowing his perfect guidance through the holy spirit, but we all still sin and are tempted. why? because we are all always being refined.
---tom on 5/26/06

We are not told about God's plan for beings on other planets, if even such there are.

All we know for sure is His general plan for this one.

And I have a hard enough time finding His perfect will for myself to worry about other planets.
---Jack on 5/7/06

I am not so worried about finding intelligent life on other planets as finding intelligent life on this one. that is the real challenge.
---MikeM on 5/4/06

GREAT answer Exzuch! I'll be happy to shed this 'earth suit' and enter into my eternal home!
---NVBarbara on 5/4/06

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Wow, ExZucuh, your answer really blew me. I read it and read it and you make a great point. I had never hear it put that way.
---Lupe2618 on 5/2/06

Yes there are aliens, it talks about them in the word and I am one of them John 15:19 If ye were of the world, the world would love his own: but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.
---exzuc6636 on 5/2/06

I don't know if there is life on other planets. I don't even know if that is what you are asking. It seems it would be written about in the Bible, if God wanted us to know. Heaven and hell are mentioned many times in scripture.
---Ulrika on 5/2/06

"Worlds with out end..." That is a Mormon concept is it not?
---Bruce5656 on 5/2/06

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Worlds without end........
---MikeM on 5/2/06

"Are their aliens?" Yes, this (our) world is full of people who are aliens. (Eph. 4:17-19)

"Another [other] world[s]?" I agree Eloy. Eternity, living forever, either in Heaven or Hell (Lake of Fire).
---Leon on 5/2/06

Yes Mike, many were protesting this weekend. As far as I am concern, I believe that God created everything. I suppose there could be a far planet that could be like ours but it is not for us to know for if it was God might have told us or maybe not. One day we will know the answers to many questions, in the mean time we have our ministry to think about, spread the gospel and since we don't know if there is life some place else, we have to do it here. Peace
---Lupe2618 on 5/2/06

Those who do not believe aliens exist have not walked down Hollywood Blvd, or been to Venice Beach Ca, or watched TBN.
---MikeM on 5/2/06

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yes, there is a heaven, and there is a hell.
---Eloy on 5/2/06

If there is, then God would have created it and decided that we did not need to know about it. I doubt it myself because I think God would have revealed it to us somehow. I understand the question though because I have wondered it many times myself. Is God up there juggling multiple universes all seperate from each other. Unlikely, but God is quite powerful.
---chris on 5/2/06

Perhaps the question is: Is there another world other than this one? Presumably that would be wondering if there are other created beings on other worlds?
---Bruce5656 on 5/2/06

How about "Is there another world other than this one?" The answer is yes, but none that have fallen into sin.
---jerry6593 on 5/2/06

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I think that the questioner means Is there another world (other) THAN (besides, as well as) this one? I've noticed that many, on C.N., use the words THEN and THAN the wrong way round. I've always assumed that it is because of the different way that some of you pronounce vowels from the way we do in U.K. Perhaps Edicel will come back and clarify this for us.
---M.P. on 5/2/06

They are demonic, how else can athist explain the rapture?
---Rev_Herb on 5/2/06

I think they are demons.
---shira on 5/2/06

What? Moderator: Could you please rewrite this question in English.

Moderator - That is the best I could understand them.
---jerry6593 on 5/2/06

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