For yet another excursion into conservativeland, I found a gem on TheConservativeVoice.com. How can one resist an article entitled UFOs, Aliens and Christianity? This one article is so rich in nonsense, it boggles the mind. Here’s one of the funniest bits:
Then, how do we explain aliens if they are for real? The Bible teaches that Satan and his demons (the fallen angels) can take on take all sorts of shapes and perform all sorts of miracles in order to deceive mankind. In fact, some who have been claimed to be abducted by aliens say that these aliens have told them things that undermine the truth of the Christian Scriptures and the Person and work of Jesus Christ.
This is not say that God cannot create life on other planets, but the point being made here is that the supposed alien contacts popularly mentioned are not actual alien beings at all but the work of dark supernatural forces.
That’s right, aliens are really demons. Well, that solves that then! Perhaps all those supposed anal probes are just demons jabbing people in the ass with their pitchforks. So I guess the military is trying to figure out and harness demonic power out at Roswell with their demon craft at Area 51, or perhaps that godless science worshipping cabal known as NASA has been hiding all this evidence of aliens because they don’t want people knowing there are demons or else then people would have proof of Gawd. Oh, but of course I’m speculating here, and perhaps not being fair to Babu’s serious article and getting carried away with absurd ideas. So sorry, but if they were going to tap into that power, perhaps they’d tap into that sexy magnetism those aliens/demons seem to have.
You should read the article for more great facts like:
• The fact remains, however, that science has shown that only micro-evolution (variations within a biological kind such as varieties of dogs, cats, horses, cows, etc.) is possible but not macro-evolution (variation across biological kinds or from simpler kinds to more complex ones).
• The Christian Gospel is an offense to the natural thinking of man.
• The uniqueness of the Christian Gospel shows that it could not have originated from fallen man or aliens.
What I find amusing is this sort of thing is considered worthy of ‘The Conservative Voice’, and they call liberals nutty. Babu has a website called ReligionScience.com, not to be confused with other oxymoron sites such as JumboShrimp.com, AccurateHoroscope.com, or CompassionateConservative.com. You have to check it out, and not just for more entertaining writings, but for the website template he chose, commonly one chosen by homeopaths, spiritualists, and other crazy nutjobs. In fact, I think that’s the name of the template, “Crazy Nutjob”.