Thursday, January 5, 2017

Catholic Church Says to Think of Aliens as our Brothers

The Bible warns that in the Last Days men would be led astray by doctrines of demons.

One possible fulfillment of this would be if demons/fallen angels were masquerading as aliens from outer space and appeared to men and told them new information about Jesus and the Gospel.

For the last 70 years planet earth has been prepared to accept aliens from outer space because of the barrage of Hollywood movies and millions of UFO sightings all over the world.

Today we find out more information that the Catholic church may be further preparing people to accept their aliens 'brothers'.

In a 2008 interview, Fr. José Gabriel Funes, Director of the Vatican Observatory, asked a provocative question: “To say it with St. Francis, if we can consider some earthly creatures as 'brothers' or 'sisters', why could we not speak of a ‘brother alien’?”

Fr. Funes’ question was based on the uncontroversial notion that all creatures have a kinship of some kind, but his comments fanned the flames of Vatican-UFO conspiracy theories. One website wondered if “the Vatican [is] easing humanity toward alien disclosure?” Another proclaimed that “the Catholic Church is getting ready to offer communion to extraterrestrials.”

The possibility of extraterrestrial life remains an ongoing conversation with no signs of it dying down anytime soon. Is there a Catholic view of the possibility and implications of extraterrestrial life?

The Vatican's Alien Conferences

Though the Catholic Church has largely stayed on the sidelines of the conversation, the Church hasn’t remained entirely silent on it either.

In the same interview mentioned above, Fr. Funes also said, “Just as there is a multiplicity of creatures over the earth, so there could be other beings, even intelligent [beings], created by God. This is not in contradiction with our faith because we cannot establish limits to God’s creative freedom."

According to the press bulletin listed on the Vatican website of the 13th Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops in October 2012, Werner Arber, a professor of Microbiology at the University of Basel and the President of the Pontifical Academy of the Sciences in Switzerland, told the participants, “At this time, we assume that life may also exist on some extraterrestrial planets.” He did qualify himself, though: “[B]ut we are still waiting for scientific evidence for this assumption.”

But most importantly, the Vatican hosted a conference on the subject of extraterrestrial life in 2008. According to a CBS News report, “thirty scientists, including non-Catholics, from the U.S., France, Britain, Switzerland, Italy and Chile attended the conference, called to explore among other issues whether sentient life forms exist on other worlds." And that conference was “not the first time the Vatican has explored the issue of extraterrestrials: in 2005, its observatory brought together top researchers in the field for similar discussions.” The Church had no official conclusion on the existence of extraterrestrial life from the conferences.

“The Catholic Church has always believed in extraterrestrial intelligences,” says Randall Smith, Professor of Theology at the University of St. Thomas in Houston. “[W]e call them ‘angels.’ It’s only the rather cramped view of the Enlightenment theorists that insisted man was entirely alone in the universe.” - 

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The article goes on to ask if aliens would need Christ since they weren't descended from Adam so they weren't born into sin like humans are.

Here's the deal people....if (when?) different humanoid beings land in some ship on the White House lawn and get out telling some incredible story about how they seeded life on earth thousands of years ago...or that they are brothers of Jesus and that humans were NOT created in God's image....or that humans never sinned, in fact we are behaving exactly as they programmed quit having guilt and enjoy life....ALL OF THESE WOULD CONTRADICT THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST.

So the folks left on earth (hopefully this doesn't happen until after the rapture) would need to decide;
A)  I don't believe the aliens and will cling to my Bible and the Gospel of Jesus Christ
B)  I do believe the aliens and will throw away my Bible

The Bible warns that in the very last days there will be a great falling away from the Gospel.

Maybe it has something to do with demons pretending to be aliens from another planet?


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