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The Bible, Physics, and the Abilities of Fallen Angels: The Alien Abduction Phenomenon Paperback – April 26, 2011
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I don't think UFOs are an isolated incident honed in on deceiving Christians. Many non-religious types have had run-ins with UFOs. From the position of Satan, why would he want to mess with people who are already doomed to go to his realm? It's a bad return on his investment (ROI) since we are supposedly in the `end times.' Wouldn't it be better to put his focus on those who were of strong Christians/faith/belief? Also, why Aliens? Why not pose as something more relatable / identifiable like Joseph Smith did when prophesying the book of Mormon. People are fairly gullible; it doesn't take an alien manifestation to scare us in or out of a belief. I could go on and on about this.
Religiously, I'm neutral and non-partial to all faiths. That being said, his arguments do not hold much weight or, add up with respects to facts and evidence. Also, the Biblical book of Ezekiel, which, reads like a science fiction excerpt does not mesh with his theory of `False Visions' in my opinion. Why would Angels appear as space-men to someone who is in the stone/bronze age? Ezekiel didn't even know how to describe what he was seeing hence, why he used animals, objects, and things he knew/understood to explain what he seeing. Wouldn't had made more sense for the Angelic beings to take on a form like Zeus or a god form which, would have been in line with the time?
UFOs throughout time have been fairly consistent in their representation, appearance, as space-men, flying saucers, and greys. So, to say that they are a sham illusion created by Satan again, is reaching a far-fetched argument and would require a lot of facts/evidence to back up (which you show/present none). There's a lot of stuff in this world that we do not understand. Passing things off as demonic manifestations because we do not fully understand them though, is expressing horrible and unconscionable ignorance which, may do more to hurt than to help.