Tuesday, June 13, 2006

The UFO Wave

Click Here - to read my first post on this subject.


Harvard University psychiatry professor Dr. John E. Mack recently attracted worldwide attention with his collection of cases of people claiming they were "abducted by aliens."

There was also the release of a film of an alleged autopsy on an alien from a crash in New Mexico close to the United States Air Force Base at Roswell. The blurry footage, which most people have dismissed as an obvious and crude forgery, was nevertheless the main attraction at the 1995 UFO World Congress in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Then, of course, there was the "alien invasion" film Independence Day, which grossed more in its opening week than any previous film.

What should Christians think about UFO accounts? What does the Bible say? Hopefully, I'll answer these questions in my next few posts.


Sign of Design: The alleged "problem" about Cain's wife having to be a close relative, far from being a challenge to the truth of Genesis, actually strengthens it! Since mutation-caused defects, occurring after a fault-free beginning, take time to accumulate over generations, Adam's offspring need not have feared deformities in the children of close marriages for many centuries.

1 comment:

Elizabeth Ellen Moore said...

I am looking forward to reading more on the subject!