Date: Thu Sep 18 2003 - 13:23:59 EDT
In a message dated 9/18/03 12:52:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> The crux for Christianity in these reasonable thought experiments is, if
> Jesus is the universal, one time only, unique event for the salvation of the
> universe are we to expect the possibly millions, or trillions of other life
> forms to accept an earthly human as their savior? Does this sound
> reasonable or must we rethink Christology in more metaphoric terms?
The ontology of the self sacrifice is a redemption available to any self
conscious life form that displays free will. That's not a metaphor.
When you encounter one of those hypothetical (metaphyscial?) life forms, let
me talk to to them...
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