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Wednesday, 2 January 2008

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Planet Htrae, Cancri 55 - The folks on planet Htrae were recently saved by the arrival of Jesus. He brought them the promise of non-eternal life. Eternal life after eons of time had created ecological problems and boredom for many on Htrae.

They petitioned the Lord to send Jesus to help put and end to their misery and he complied.

Part of the deal was that they had to produce a bible similar in many ways to the bible on Earth and abide by its laws. Abiding by the law is very easy there because common sense is actually common on Htrae.

Their bible has many differences. In their book of Genesis there is a much more accurate description of the creation of the universe which includes the big bang. This is simply because the people on Htrae are much more intelligent than those of Earth and could grasp Cosmological fact rather than rely on parables which God and Jesus were forced to use on Earthlings in order to allow them to get a semi-intelligent grasp of the facts.

In the New Testament of Htrae's bible, John 3:16 reads a little differently than it does on Earth's bible and it goes like this: For Go so loved the Htrae that he sent his only begotten son so that men there could perish and sleep in peace rather than suffer the curse of eternal life and they could also choose to live forever if that is their wish.

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