Do you enjoy indulging in a sinful series, Star Trek, that is chock-full of Anti-Christian themes from the Devil? The show came from the mind of a perverted atheist who we know is burning in Hell, and it has also spawned a bunch of films from godless Hollywood, which were given two thumbs up for Satan by Siskel and Ebert and other film critics that were screenwriters for the porn industry! In addition, the marketing of Star Trek through the secular media was also used to make the worship of the occultism popular in America! Targeted to our children and the public, Star Trek is riddled with ungodly themes, and it time for us Christians to stand up against the evils in our media and take it back for Christ. Just as the Word of God commands us:
“But examine everything carefully; hold fast to that which is good; abstain from every form of evil.” –1 Thessalonians 5:21-22
The show is full of New Age godless themes such as telepathic communication, psychic phenomena, atheism, prostitution, feminism, paganism, homosexuality, telekinesis, witchcraft, mind transference, wiccanism, and many occult themes.
But did you also know that Star Trek is a mockery of The One and True Creator, God, by having false gods that are always mentioned and worshiped? An alien race known as the Vulcans rampantly worship a false god while holding pagan rituals, based on Greek mythology, at some location called “shak key ree”, and their beliefs are a mockery to the Creation in the Book of Genesis because their false god is believed to have created everything! Also don’t forget that the Vulcans use telepathy, mind reading, fortune telling with crystal balls, and other forms of witchcraft. An evil sorcerer by the name of “Q” calls himself a god, and he is worshiped on-board the Enterprise by Captain Picard and the other crew members in order to gain special powers. Other races of aliens worship many false gods and never is there any mention of our One and True Creator. This is clearly an offense to Truthful Christians and our Heavenly Father. Just as Moses informed the public about the Ten Commandments: Thou shalt not have any other gods before me. Truly there is no way Star Trek could have been made by people who call themselves Christians, and the show is clearly an offense to God.
Spock’s hand signal refers to his paganism religion he worships.
Bill Nye, an agent of spreading the lies of evolution to the public, is also a follower of the Star Trek cult.
Did you know Star Trek is full of sexual immorality? That’s right. There are many images of female crew-members scantily dressed in prostitute clothing, and it looks like Gene Roddenberry loved smutty stuff. Captain Kirk, played by William Shatner, has an obsession for Orion Slave girls and other space whores of Babylon who work for con-men and space pimps. (By the way, Shatner today supports sinful adultery and other smut by working for Price Line Negotiator and advertising cheap hotel rooms for fornication to happen. He is probably making lots of money so he can buy and build new strip bars.) In one show we see a female disobeying authority and falling in love for a criminal by the name of Khan. In addition, Counselor Dianna Troy, exposes lots of cleavage and the perverted directors use close-up camera views that force us to see these weapons of mass lust.
An example of lust forced onto the viewers.
We see other hints of sexual immorality as men choose to become crossdressers. Look below:
What does the Bible say about this? Deuteronomy 22:5 “A woman shall not wear a man’s garment, nor shall a man put on a woman’s cloak, for whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord your God.”
Homosexuality is also rampant in the series. A cult of males, known as The Borg, is a reference to the alliance of homosexual men who were in defiance to God during the times of Saddam and Gomorrah. Apparently Patrick Stewart’s character who loves to cross-dress joins this unholy cult for reasons that are obvious, since he is known to be friends with Ian McClellan who is known for committing acts of homosexuality. Actor George Takei is also known for committing homosexual acts and it is said his performance in Star Trek was used to further the Gay Agenda in America.
The characters in Star Trek also worship science, but not the science that was given to us by God; only the evil and ungodly science that comes from the minds of sinner scientists, who rejected God, like Charles Darwin, Richard Dawkins, Stephen Hawking, and Von Dannekin. Star Trek has lots darwinistic propaganda based off the views from Von Dannekin, who has written many books saying that God and humans came from space aliens! Obviously Danneken’s work, Chariots of The Gods, was possible in making this godless filth happen on the media. We also know that aliens are unbiblical and demonic constructs from the Devil, and that The Book of Genesis refutes aliens because they are never mentioned. But also don’t forget that it was evolution that Hitler, Mandela, and Marx used for their communistic propaganda!
As creation scientist Ken Ham puts it: “Understanding the Gospel that God’s son became a man, became a descendent of Adam, became the God-man (and) remains the God-man – our savior – and that only humans can be saved, so obviously Jesus didn’t become a God-Klingon, he became a God-man.” Ken Ham also rightfully argues that these demonic constructs should be condemned to Hell because they are unbiblical.
Now look at these abominations Gene Roddenberry made so that he could make us believe in evolution:
A violent race called the Kardashians.
These aliens are a mockery of the Jews, God’s chosen people.
Another half human, half alien, half elephent abomination used to make us believe in evolution?
Is this the reference to Whore of Babylon?
Man also pretends to be God by creating un-human objects. Take for example a cyborg named Data that likes to sexually fondle cats with a black man who wears a funny visor, and a hologram that acts as a real doctor. While the creations have human personality, they are in fact a representation of demonic possession of the non-living, just like the toys from Toy Story. It is also clear that the hologram in Startrek Voyager is an insult to the miracles Jesus performed when healing the sick!
The hologram brought to “life” by man to perform miracles is an insult to what Jesus did to heal the sick. It also represents demonic possession of the non-living.
As the website Answers In Genesis puts it, “….science fiction is firmly rooted in Darwinism and presents a distorted view of reality. ”
Overall, Star Trek is an unholy abomination full of sinful and Anti-Christian themes coming from smutty Hollywood and the heathens who made gay marriages and the teaching of evolution in the schools possible. We see woman such as Captain Jane being first in command, which is reserved only for men, and is unbiblical since God created Adam first. Signs of witchcraft and pagan worshiping is glorified, and we know that people doing this stuff back in biblical times would be stoned to death, but tolerant Christians today would not let this happen by preaching the word of God! Many times has this fictional fantasy offended God by taking his name in vain without being used for prayer and we Christians are also offended by seeing the worship of false gods. Star Trek is why we hear of bullying of Christian kids in the schools, rape, the Comic-Con, teaching and believing in evolution, children bringing pornography in the churches, Christian Rights being taken away in America, racism, and other problems relished by Satan and the secular media. Star Trek is a representation of the Walls of Jericho that must be taken down immediately. All Christians unite and take a stand for good and fight the evils spawned by Satan and his delusional “science” known as “Darwinism.” Let’s chop down the Tree of Evil that produces these bad fruits and BURN it to the ground.
At least Gene Roddenberry got one thing right in Star Trek. He depicted the muslims as they truly are.
Now those barbarians certainly look like terrorists that would make 9/11 possible if I never saw a terrorist.
Jim Solouki and Martin Baker