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serious http://www.thenflsteelersshoponline.com/Youth-Marcus-Gilbert-Steelers-Jersey/ , science oriented UFO researchers that a certain small percentage of UFOs are real and are not figments of anyone’s imagination. Furthermore, it is well known that many individuals claim to receive messages from alleged extra-terrestials aboard UFOs. The messages received from UFOs are generally occultic and steer people away from belief in Christian doctrine. Extra-terrestials tend to undermine or attack the Christian faith. Christian scholars and researchers have responded to this attack. In this article I will show that leading UFO researchers, many of whom are agnostic, have come around to generally support the Christian position on UFO phenomena. After all the UFO sightings have been carefully analyzed and most explained away as natural phenomena the remaining UFOs http://www.thenflsteelersshoponline.com/Youth-Lynn-Swann-Steelers-Jersey/ , called residual UFOs (RUFOs) are regarded as real. They are real yet the leading researchers say they are not metallic spacecraft from distant stars or planets. Astronomers who have devoted their careers to studying UFOs point to the fact that UFO flight patterns defy the laws of physics such as turning and accelerating so fast that any metal spaceship would disintegrate even if the metal spaceship was a solid iron ball. Furthermore, UFOs are seen in the atmosphere and not observed coming in from outer space. UFO sightings have been reported throughout history. Ancient literature describes ‘aerial people’ and ‘cloud ships’ in terms that correspond to modern UFO sightings. In 1691 a Scottish minister wrote a book describing how Scottish farmers were harassed by paranormal entities similar to the UFOs of our time. All of us are aware of the many UFO cults that have sprung up. There have even been television specials devoted to UFO phenomena. Francis Crick, Nobel prize winning co-discoverer of DNA, calculated the probability of proteins forming by random collisions of atoms in the primordial ooze. Crick found it so remotely improbable that proteins and other building blocks of life could form by chance on earth that he decided that aliens from outer space must have brought life to earth. Crick’s theory that claims that aliens brought life to earth is called the “Guided Panspermia Theory” of life origins. This new theory of life origins gave momentum to UFO research. Close encounters of the fourth kind are when people (almost invariably occultists and New Agers) are actually abducted and communicate with the aliens. The aliens generally give messages with deep religious impact that steer people away from Christianity. Let’s consider the following quote: “For example http://www.thenflsteelersshoponline.com/Youth-Louis-Lipps-Steelers-Jersey/ , ‘The Urantia Book,’ a tome supposedly communicated to humans by spirit dictation from ‘superuniverse rulers,’ spends the first two-thirds of its 2,097 pages describing a ‘universe of universes’ that is not subject to space and time” The quote continues: “The last third of this UFO bible denies the full deity of Jesus Christ and humanity’s need for salvation from its sinful condition.” (Quoted from Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men: A Rational Christian Look at UFOs and Extraterrestials by Ross http://www.thenflsteelersshoponline.com/Youth-Legarrette-Blount-Steelers-Jersey/ , Samples and Clark p. 122.) It seems plain from the above quote and from abundant other evidence that the aliens oppose Christian doctrine. This leads me to believe that the aliens are actually demons. It is also very interesting and revealing to note that many of the best UFO researchers seem to be coming around to a view that undergirds and supports the Christian view that demons are involved. Astronomer J. Alan Hynek and the late French physicist Jacques Vallee are perhaps the most respected UFO researchers in the world. Both are agnostics. No one can consider them Christians with a theological ax to grind. Both men have made what