Fearing space aliens rather Almighty God...

SpaceAliensPoliceEarth A dear brother sends notice of the Academy's anthrophobia that's culminated in this howler from our intellectual superiors at NASA and Penn State. Without tongues-in-cheek, they warn that space aliens may be so righteously indignant over our incandecent lights and hot water heaters that they mount an assault against the only inhabitants of Planet Earth who bear the Image of God.

As Joe Sobran oft observed, some things are so spine-tingly stupid only the highly educated could ever believe them. Brother Tibbs writes:

You know how Paul warned that God would give people over to vile affections because they worship the creation rather than the Creator, Who is blessed forever? Well, here's a very sad story about His judgment.

Hippies from outer space might arrive in their bong-ship to wipe out humanity in order to save the earth and punish us for blaspheming Gaia. Far out, man. Groovy. Pass the weed.

This is what they believe?



Do we need any more evidence that radical environmentalism is little more than soul-destroying earth worship? They even have doomsday prophecies and judgment from deities if we continue to "sin" against the earth.

Yes, nature is a wonderful thing. Yes, we should be good stewards of what God has given us. But we should worship the Creator; never His creation.

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(TB, w/thanks to Scott)


With a tip of the hat to Rush Limbaugh, who brought it up on his radio program.

My assessment of the article is admittedly a harsh and mocking one.

But when something is this mind-numbingly stupid, it does not deserve the respect of a thoughtful analysis and refutation. Instead, it deserves scorn and ridicule.

If the Apostle Paul can use scorn and ridicule...

I read about this on DrudgeReport the other day, I thought it was a joke, NASA of all "Science" divisions, shows me I put too little stock in what Environmentalists are capable of.

I'm a little less frightened of the aliens than I am of their agents who ride around Bloomington on recumbent bikes.

I bet you don't believe in zombies either.

Depends on your definition of "zombie." :)

There are plenty of zombies here in Bloomington.

You couldn't make this stuff up. My husband says they've "lost their marbles". It reminds me of 2Thess. 2:11.

At least these eco nut earth worshipers will have lots of "green jobs" for the little green men they're apparently expecting.

Now if I can just get the little green men to come and get my 10 month old High Efficiency (what a joke!) Maytag washing machine that's less than a year old. Already the transmission is shot and will have to be replaced. But hey, they keep telling me "it meets all the new government standards" for water and power conservation. I'm about ready to send it to the moon....


?!?! This article makes me wonder if those who are searching for "Extra-terrestrial Intelligence" are really in a position to define the word "Intelligence."

Well we may be made in the image of God but who's to say he would let us be invaded by aliens? Afterall he destroyed the world once already, wioed out nation after nation and people after people in the bible already, so why not. Being an "ufo" means its not been identified yet so no way to say whether its alien or not anyway so why couldnt it be angels? Elijah rode up in a chariot of fire which sounds a lot like an alien encounter to me. So just a little food for thought. God works in mysterious ways, and we dont always understand them so we just label or come up with silly ideas to help us understand better, maybe aliens are nothing more than angels.

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