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    Aliens and the End Times Deception

    Aliens and the End Times Deception - Christian Evidence


    The Bible warns that a powerful deception is going to take place in the last days, as mankind enters the time period Christians know as the Tribulation (Matthew 24:24; 2 Thessalonians 2:10-11). A deception so strong that it will keep most people from believing in Jesus despite the impact of millions of people disappearing during the rapture. It is my belief that the alien and UFO phenomena are part of this great deception.

    Many scientists (including non-Christians), experts and theologians have come to the conclusion that the UFO phenomena are simply and precisely demonic in origin. This is because virtually all of the incidence of alien abduction or alien/UFO sightings directly parallel demonic activity as demonstrated in the Bible (e.g. Bible-believing Christians are absent among those who are abducted by aliens, abductions end when the name of Jesus is invoked by the abductee etc.). See: 10 Reasons Why Aliens Are Actually Fallen Angels or Demons

    UFOlogist John Keel has said:
    "The UFO manifestations seem to be, by and large, merely minor variations of the age-old demonological phenomenon..."[1]
    It is obvious the entire UFO/abduction phenomenon is a deception. The big question is, could this be the strong deception of the end times? The Bible doesn’t directly address the issue, but it is certainly plausible, for a variety of reasons...

    Last edited by Calypso Jones; 03-04-2021 at 05:20 PM.

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    1. A UFO abduction could be used as an explanation for the Rapture.

    Such encounters have been suggested for years, with many believing in them. In fact, recent films such as Jupiter Ascending describe a similar situation. Imagine if UFOs were seen in the skies around the world at about the same time as the Rapture, and eighty percent of the population believes in the possibility of extra-terrestrial intelligence, wouldn't this be a powerful form of deception? We know that the rapture of the Church will be accompanied by "...fearful sights and great signs...from heaven" (Lk 21:11). While we can only speculate about the nature of these events, one thing is for certain, the appearance of alien ships in the skies of planet Earth would be the greatest shock in the history of mankind.

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    Christian friends have often wondered how the Ene-media will explain the disappearance of millions of people.

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    Wait, non Christian scientists believe in demons? Can we have some names?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    1. A UFO abduction could be used as an explanation for the Rapture.

    Such encounters have been suggested for years, with many believing in them. In fact, recent films such as Jupiter Ascending describe a similar situation. Imagine if UFOs were seen in the skies around the world at about the same time as the Rapture, and eighty percent of the population believes in the possibility of extra-terrestrial intelligence, wouldn't this be a powerful form of deception? We know that the rapture of the Church will be accompanied by "...fearful sights and great signs...from heaven" (Lk 21:11). While we can only speculate about the nature of these events, one thing is for certain, the appearance of alien ships in the skies of planet Earth would be the greatest shock in the history of mankind.

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    Christian friends have often wondered how the Ene-media will explain the disappearance of millions of people.
    There is no pre-tribulational "rapture" mentioned in the Bible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    Aliens and the End Times Deception - Christian Evidence


    The Bible warns that a powerful deception is going to take place in the last days, as mankind enters the time period Christians know as the Tribulation (Matthew 24:24; 2 Thessalonians 2:10-11). A deception so strong that it will keep most people from believing in Jesus despite the impact of millions of people disappearing during the rapture. It is my belief that the alien and UFO phenomena are part of this great deception.

    Many scientists (including non-Christians), experts and theologians have come to the conclusion that the UFO phenomena are simply and precisely demonic in origin. This is because virtually all of the incidence of alien abduction or alien/UFO sightings directly parallel demonic activity as demonstrated in the Bible (e.g. Bible-believing Christians are absent among those who are abducted by aliens, abductions end when the name of Jesus is invoked by the abductee etc.). See: 10 Reasons Why Aliens Are Actually Fallen Angels or Demons

    UFOlogist John Keel has said:
    "The UFO manifestations seem to be, by and large, merely minor variations of the age-old demonological phenomenon..."[1]
    It is obvious the entire UFO/abduction phenomenon is a deception. The big question is, could this be the strong deception of the end times? The Bible doesn’t directly address the issue, but it is certainly plausible, for a variety of reasons...

    Well we know that Pat Robertson is getting pretty old, so that deception will be over soon. Falwell Jr is gone, Jim Baker went to jail so we should be good now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calypso Jones View Post
    Aliens and the End Times Deception - Christian Evidence


    The Bible warns that a powerful deception is going to take place in the last days, as mankind enters the time period Christians know as the Tribulation (Matthew 24:24; 2 Thessalonians 2:10-11). A deception so strong that it will keep most people from believing in Jesus despite the impact of millions of people disappearing during the rapture. It is my belief that the alien and UFO phenomena are part of this great deception.

    Many scientists (including non-Christians), experts and theologians have come to the conclusion that the UFO phenomena are simply and precisely demonic in origin. This is because virtually all of the incidence of alien abduction or alien/UFO sightings directly parallel demonic activity as demonstrated in the Bible (e.g. Bible-believing Christians are absent among those who are abducted by aliens, abductions end when the name of Jesus is invoked by the abductee etc.). See: 10 Reasons Why Aliens Are Actually Fallen Angels or Demons

    UFOlogist John Keel has said:
    "The UFO manifestations seem to be, by and large, merely minor variations of the age-old demonological phenomenon..."[1]
    It is obvious the entire UFO/abduction phenomenon is a deception. The big question is, could this be the strong deception of the end times? The Bible doesn’t directly address the issue, but it is certainly plausible, for a variety of reasons...

    The Rapture is fundamentalist nonsense.
    "The rapture notion goes like this: Jesus is coming back, and when he does, he will first return before a time of so-called tribulation begins, calling up into the clouds with him those who are “saved.” Horrible suffering will then occur on the miserable Earth for seven years. Then Jesus will come yet again, for a final judging. There are many different versions of this scenario, so it’s difficult to summarize. It’s fair to say, however, that only fundamentalist Protestant churches bother to think about the rapture at all. (Catholics discount the idea completely.)"

    The rapture concept is relatively new. It started with an Anglo-Irish theologian, in the 1830s invented the concept. This may come as a shocker to many, but it’s a fact: Before John Nelson Darby imagined this scenario in the clouds, no Christian had ever heard of the rapture.




    First, it’s important to note that Jesus himself never talked about the rapture, ever. We read in Mark about the “Son of Man coming in the clouds,”but this is a reference back to the Old Testament Book of Daniel, where we get the image of a “son of Man” who is actually going the other way, up to meet the Ancient of Days.
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    The world as we know it will end when the Lizard People come out of hiding and bombard the earth people from the sky with non-stop Rap Music for 40 days and nights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HawkTheSlayer View Post
    The world as we know it will end when the Lizard People come out of hiding and bombard the earth people from the sky with non-stop Rap Music for 40 days and nights.

    That would do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captdon View Post
    The Rapture is fundamentalist nonsense.
    "The rapture notion goes like this: Jesus is coming back, and when he does, he will first return before a time of so-called tribulation begins, calling up into the clouds with him those who are “saved.” Horrible suffering will then occur on the miserable Earth for seven years. Then Jesus will come yet again, for a final judging. There are many different versions of this scenario, so it’s difficult to summarize. It’s fair to say, however, that only fundamentalist Protestant churches bother to think about the rapture at all. (Catholics discount the idea completely.)"

    The rapture concept is relatively new. It started with an Anglo-Irish theologian, in the 1830s invented the concept. This may come as a shocker to many, but it’s a fact: Before John Nelson Darby imagined this scenario in the clouds, no Christian had ever heard of the rapture.




    First, it’s important to note that Jesus himself never talked about the rapture, ever. We read in Mark about the “Son of Man coming in the clouds,”but this is a reference back to the Old Testament Book of Daniel, where we get the image of a “son of Man” who is actually going the other way, up to meet the Ancient of Days.
    Even the better educated among the fundamentalist ranks, like the leadership of the Southern Baptist Convention, reject all the 'Left Behind' Millenialist hokum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Standing Wolf View Post
    Even the better educated among the fundamentalist ranks, like the leadership of the Southern Baptist Convention, reject all the 'Left Behind' Millenialist hokum.
    well that ain't sayin' much.

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