Saturday, June 08, 2019

Kansas City Faith Scribe Talks Flying Saucers

This town's most prolific writer on faith and morals provides a glimpse at the super natural from a different source that makes just about as much sense as a preacher attempting to justify a private jet. Read more:

Does UFO belief constitute a new religion? 6-8/9-19

The question of what constitutes a religion seems to be coming up more and more these days in different venues. It's a good question and worth trying to answer. One of the places I just found this question raised is...

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's true Bill seldom makes sense.

Unknown said...

Bill believes in life elsewhere, but he doesn't believe unborn humans have a right to life.

Unknown said...

Bill believes in life elsewhere, but he doesn't believe unborn humans have a right to life.

FedericoSauzek said...

Evidently global warming has caused Bill's brain to get too hot and made him believe if UFOs.

Anonymous said...


Bill doesn't make any sense he's a wack job! Get rid of him he's taking up space here!

Anonymous said...

Bill hates Cathoics and Israel but he loves Mooslims and aliens!! And the Mooslims killed his nephew but he still kisses their dirty assets...I wonder how Bill's other family members REALLY feel about that?

Anonymous said...

The real question is, does the GOP's fervent belief in "Trickle Down Economics" constitute a new Religion, despite all its failures?

After all, UFOs are more credible.

Anonymous said...

Its odd that the bible, written over 2,000 years ago, states that fallen angels, who are the enemies of mankind and God, are called "Princes of the Air" and that they occupy a realm above the earth. And that the fallen angels were cast down to the earth from heaven. Now 2,000 years later, we have these sighting of things that are not physical, or made of materials and can do things no physical item could withstand, due to high g-forces and the laws of physics. Maybe they are really the evil discussed 2,000 years ago? No aliens would ever use advanced travel to come to this place to study us. We wouldn't be worth their time. I doubt UFO's are from other planets. We would bore any advanced civilization that could travel at the speed of light.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ what a chilling thought. But it could be...in which case, we have a REAL problem.