SRR #66 | Aliens, UFOs And The Bible

Join Tim Shaughnessy for this week’s exciting new episode of Semper Reformanda Radio as he interviews Gary Bates from Creation Ministries International about their upcoming movie Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception.

What is the Biblical response to belief in Aliens and UFO? Should Christians dismiss these events as natural phenomenon or mass delusion? Is there such a thing as an extraterrestrial advanced form of life seeking to interact with us? Find out on this week’s episode.

SAVE THE DATE!!! Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception premieres in movie theaters nationwide on January 11, 2018 for a ONE-NIGHT-ONLY event!

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In addition to this we would also like to recommend an article written by Gary Crampton on the subject of UFOs and the Bible.

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4 Comments
  1. scott 3 weeks ago

    I am sure this is undoubtedly an excellent resource and look forward to the availability of any future DVD in the UK!!!

    My thought on hearing it earlier was that many Christians like Gary hold that the Nephilim were fallen angels that cohabited with human women. 20 minutes after listening to the above I was on sermonaudio.com and right before my eyes was a sermon from 2000 and just listed dealing with the very subject by an English Reformed Baptist pastor!!

    It might be of interest as there is a danger that we can get it right about demon deception, but wrong about scripture …

    ‘Godly and ungodly intermarry’ Rev Malcolm Watts

    https://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=112417155887

  2. Shelley 3 weeks ago

    My concern with this topic is that Christians will think that these demonic entities appearing as extra-terrestrial aliens are the fulfillment of 2Thessalonians 2:11. I’ve seen it suggested on “Christian” websites that this could be the “end-times delusion” that this passage refers to. When read in context, the delusion refers to that delusion sent by God to those who follow after the man of sin, “whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, and with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved.” Whenever I hear futurist speculations on “end times prophecy,” I think Counter-Reformation, and this topic, when being referred to as a fulfillment of a prophecy that actually refers to the Antichrist papacy, fits the bill.

    That being said, I think it would not be beyond the realm of possibility that unclean spirits or demons would do this to deceive people and that God would allow it. Those of us that are aware of the Historicist understanding of prophecy must, however, contend that the 2Thess 2 passage applies to the papacy. Rome would like nothing else than for Protestants to continue in their ignorance of what this passage truly refers to.

    I may go to see the film, but I am not interested in some new “Christian” bandwagon. The devil is a liar and that’s always been true.

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      Tim Shaughnessy 3 weeks ago

      I hold to a Historical pre-millennial view of eschatology. I believe the Papacy is the fulfillment of the man of sin or the antichrist. This movie doesn’t conflict with that view and it doesn’t address eschatology.
      It takes a hard look at these events (UFO sightings and encounters) and puts forth the Biblical view that they are demonic in nature and are meant to deceive people.

      When I look at the apparitions of Mother Mary I come to the same conclusion. They are real events and they are demonic.

  3. Shelley 3 weeks ago

    Thanks Tim. I also believe these appearances, aliens and Marian apparitions are real, demonic and deceptive. I’m glad you interpret prophecy historically, as well. Most modern Christians, however, are Futurist, which is Counter-Reformation deception. They also seem to be highly suggestible to any speculation about what could be fulfillment of prophecy. I say this because I saw the book title, “UFO: End Time Delusion,” the author of which was endorsing the abduction research work of one of the speakers who appears in the Alien Intrusion film, on his website.

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