Recently I had an opportunity to observe a classroom conversation. It wasn’t your typical class. You see, the teacher and students are extraterrestrials and they were discussing their origins. Allow me to share what was said.
“Now that we understand who we are and where we came from, let us shift our conversation to what the oracles on planet Earth teach earthlings about their origins. Most physicists and biologists say that the existence of Earth people is the result of a series of random, chance events. Billions of years ago, 14 billion to be more precise, there was complete nothingness. No light. No universe. Not even time existed. Nothing. Anywhere. And then, shattering the emptiness, a colossal explosion took place. The oracles refer to it as the “Big Bang” and they say the universe and everything in it is the result of this chance event.”
“Yes, my little one. They do believe that somehow, all creation started from nothing.”
“Yes, it is difficult to understand how that could happen but that is what the highly educated oracles teach. Younglings…please, enough. Let us stop the squeals and loud clicking noises. Please, let us be quiet. Thank you.”
“Now, where was I. Ah, yes, here we are. People on earth have a holy book that explains how a grand creation took place and how they and the universe were created in six days. However, since their oracles don’t think this holy man, also called God, is needed, they ignore the teachings of the book. In many cultures, this book is banned and people are persecuted and even killed because they believe in the teachings of the book and the words spoken by their holy man. And in many places, it is not allowed to even mention the true name of the holy man.”
“Yes, young one, it is difficult to believe that people are eliminated for what they believe.”
“Their oracles teach that life on Earth began in a pond of primordial soup scum. Eventually, after many billions of years, the human species evolved on the continent of Africa from apes. These humans moved across the planet and populated it. Over a long period of time, each tribal group developed their own language. To support the theory of evolution, the oracles have some fossils and a few bones that they have collected over the past 100 years.”
“Yes, thank you for the question. It is likely that as these primates evolved, a mother chimpanzee would have had a baby that was born with the face of a human and the body of a chimp. Or, perhaps it had the face of an ape and the body of a human. Younglings, please. Please stop laughing.”
“No, there are no examples of these intermediate ape/man creatures. This species transition is missing. Some of the earth oracles refer to this as the “missing link.”
“Yes, that is correct. Since their existence is based on a series of random, chance events, they have lost sight of moral values and simple absolutes like right and wrong. Their holy book says there are consequences for not believing in the existence of the holy man. These consequences include eternal separation from him in a place of torment. As many of you know, during our explorations of the universe, we have seen this horrible place. It is a cauldron of fire and brimstone, guarded by huge, locked, metal gates. Their holy book says when the final judgment of all earthlings takes place, all non-believers will be locked here for everlasting punishment.”
“No, young ones, nothing will happen to us. We will not be subjected to these flames. You see, we don’t exist. They made us up. They have very active imaginations.”
“They know the truth about God because he has made it obvious to them.
For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see his invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not knowing God.
Yes, they knew God, but they wouldn’t worship him as God or even give him thanks. And they began to think up foolish ideas of what God was like. As a result, their minds became dark and confused.
Claiming to be wise, they instead became utter fools.”
It’s really nice