Discussion in 'Religion & Philosophy' started by ryobi, Jun 9, 2019.
Are there Neanderthals in Heaven???
Should Neanderthals be in heaven?
Yes they are, all iterations of humans are.
I actually just researched this tonight wondering if our pets go to Heaven (apparently they do not) but humans do.
So I guess the question here would be if the Neanderthal is a human or not.
God created the heavens after the Neanderthals were already extinct. About 13 thousand years ago. Is there any reason to send extinct animal species to heaven?
Those animals that were created in the 1st chapter of Genesis are not biological beings, they are spiritual qualities of people, everything is an allegory.
Only if they believe in heaven, I would imagine.
They would have re-incarnated by now and animals do go to the spirit world.
Neanderthals were too smart to go to heaven, God decided they were better off in hell to avoid competition. They became various Demons and are reincarnated as Catholic priests who create serial killers out of their little boy rape victims.
Sorta since Neanderthal DNA is still present in today's humans.
According to the Bible, no one goes to heaven. They might go to the giant bejeweled golden cube called New Jerusalem that sits on a waterless planet.
Maybe the Neanderthals will end up in the happy hunting grounds?
One near death experience in six involves a meeting with a previously deceased pet..... so of course
there would be Neanderthals in heaven.
Near-Death Experiences with Pets
By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc.
They were about as intelligent as homo sapiens - > they had the free will to do evil and to do good - > God has sent the message to all peoples - > I voted yes, but am not sure.
Neanderthals were far to intelligent to believe in Heaven.
Lol. Heaven. Lol.
How many of these grunting, hairy brutes am I going to have to deal with in Heaven?
Rudolfensis might be fun to party with, but you know that robustus is going to be nothing but a problem.
Don't worry, God cut off the ticket line at Erectus because he didn't like the sexual connotations.
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