If aliens did exist, how would Roman Catholics handle it?

mica

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They have already been here. For instance, how do you think a virgin got impregnated? How do you think Jesus rose up into the clouds? Burning and talking bushes anyone? Just some food for thought.
it wouldn't shock me at all that catholics believe that.
 

Maxtar

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The Nephilim supposedly walked the earth, so were they fallen angels, aliens, or just your standard giants?
 

Maxtar

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Consider this, if the first book of the bible is a lie then the whole of Scripture is a lie. Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus by virtue of Scriptures own tenets.
The Christian religion is based primarily on faith as we can all see the total impossibility of it's many claims. When the aliens finally contact us, I would be interested in finding out what their religious belief's are.
 

mica

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The Christian religion is based primarily on faith as we can all see the total impossibility of it's many claims. When the aliens finally contact us, I would be interested in finding out what their religious belief's are.
do you claim to be a Christian?

be sure to post if any aliens contact you and tell you what religion they follow.
 

Maxtar

Active member
"Blessed are those who have not seen yet have believed". Can a bush burn and talk at the same time? Can a woman really turn instantly into a block of salt? Can a man actually rise from the dead? It's all about having faith that these things happened even though reality tells us that they are an impossibility.
 

mica

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"Blessed are those who have not seen yet have believed". Can a bush burn and talk at the same time? Can a woman really turn instantly into a block of salt? Can a man actually rise from the dead? It's all about having faith that these things happened even though reality tells us that they are an impossibility.
faith in the RCC is not faith in Christ Himself.
 

mica

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mica said:
faith in the RCC is not faith in Christ Himself.

No, its quite the opposite, mica.
if your faith was in Him, then you'd believe in Him, follow Him and believe His word, but you don't.

the catholic beliefs are all about what the RCC teaches, not what He teaches, most don't know the gospel and they don't know how one is saved.

for catholics, it is all about the RCC, not Him.
 

pilgrim

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if your faith was in Him, then you'd believe in Him, follow Him and believe His word, but you don't.

the catholic beliefs are all about what the RCC teaches, not what He teaches, most don't know the gospel and they don't know how one is saved.

for catholics, it is all about the RCC, not Him.
:rolleyes:
 

mica

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mica said:
if your faith was in Him, then you'd believe in Him, follow Him and believe His word, but you don't.

the catholic beliefs are all about what the RCC teaches, not what He teaches, most don't know the gospel and they don't know how one is saved.

for catholics, it is all about the RCC, not Him.
hopefully the day will soon come that you know Him and have the desire to know and understand His word.
 
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