I don't see how my theology can be affected by life forms (or universes)
I can not interact with. It is not my problem. Let God deal with it.
> Sent: Friday, September 19, 1997 9:16 AM
> To: Jim Taggart; 'asa'
> Subject: Re: FW: many worlds
> At 08:43 AM 9/19/97 -0400, Jim Taggart wrote:
> >We don't need the existence of many universes to raise this question.
> >We will have the same problem if [when] intelligent life is
> >somewhere else in the universe, especially if they have their own
> >IMHO, Christ is the way God chose to deal with his people on THIS
> >(and any other worlds we may eventually be able to influence). How
> >chooses to deal with other worlds (or universes) is His choice. It
> >should not affect my faith in any way.
> Just out of curiousity, and not that I know how to handle the
> discovery of
> life on other planets, how does your argument in this regard differ
> from one
> that I have heard about our planet: Christianity is the way God chose
> deal with western culture, and Buddhism is the way God chose to deal
> the eastern culture? I have more comfort with using the world as a
> demarcation point, but that assumes that there is a logical difference
> between cultures on our planet and cultures on another. Perchance
> would be a better demarcator than planet.
> Foundation, Fall and Flood