Why can’t we talk to a Christian believer when our reasons don’t match theirs? It is evident, faith and reason do not agree, I have always wondered why their beliefs are so deeply rooted that a discussion cannot be started.
For me it remains a mystery and in this post you will see how this statement proves me right. In reality, demonstrating open-mindedness towards ideas that differ from one’s own is not for everyone, first of all it is necessary to collect data, analyze them with a clear mind, evaluate them and then face a debate to demonstrate that they have understood, this cannot happen with a Christian, it pains me to say, since it has been so forged since the catechism, and it has grown up with absolutely not demonstrable convictions because based on the faith that we remember it, it is purely and solely an act of trust.
I am a ufologist and I have been studying the extraterrestrial phenomenon for almost three decades and in recent years the link between Marian apparitions, the UFO phenomenon and interactions with the Catholic creed.
Unfortunately, most believers have never read the Bible. They have never even read the Pentateuch and if someone tries and I say tries to explain to them who was the famous god to whom 2 billion Christians are devoted, they reject the information that makes him a tyrant, an exterminator of women, the elderly and children he wanted in sacrifice, an angry slayer of innocent people, obviously I don’t say it, just read Exodus, Numbers, Deuteronomy and so on. To read.
But who was this god who was neither omniscient, nor omnipresent, nor straight as the church has painted him for 2000 years? He was an Elohim, a being from another planet, one of the many who came to our planet, but this extraterrestrial influence did not manifest itself only at that time, it still happened today, and it happens in the Marian apparitions of our days. , yes, because behind the Marian epiphanies, there is a deception, in the book “UFOs and alien contacts in Christian history” you will understand that there is nothing “divine”, the nature of the events described appears technological.
As happened in Fatima, these events are intended to reinforce the concept of prodigy among believers. The book then analyzes the different epiphanies between those recognized and not recognized by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, noting oddities, inconsistencies, false prophecies and potential errors. All in a framework that has seen these beings from deep space settle on earth for thousands of years, influence the development of the human being and lay the foundations of many religious beliefs, all within Christianity.
I know that it is a thorny and delicate subject to receive certain information, especially to elaborate it, because as Heraclitus said: You will never find the truth if you are not willing to accept what you did not expect. Thank you