When I was a teenager during the 1980s, there was a science fiction show that only lasted a single season. It was about us going to Mars to live. There was a number of problems with the show, like everyone could breath the air, there was people already that lives on Mars. What I recall the most with the show, was the ending: when Earth had a all out nuclear war that left a few humans on the planet of Mars. Recall a man looking at the sky, seeing Earth as a white spect of light: knowing all human life on Earth was gone. This gave me a pointed question, what if and only if Revelation, with everything that is told in the Bible happened then a Nuclear War. The time before the human race settles Mars will be in my judgement during the end of the Twenty-second century. As it is more rational and practical to settle the Moon of Earth first, that could happen sometime during the start of the twenty-second century. The Earth Moon, does the book of Revelation deals with the problem of mankind on the Moon: my answer is not. After thousands of years debating the book of Revelation, nobody has introduce the theory of mankind on the Moon. Now, most people will say, the Moon are in the heavens. The other question that needs to be ask, if the Moon is in the heavens, then, what about the few men from America that went to the Moon to just orbit around and some time make a landing to stay a few days. Was told as a child, that all of us are temted by forces from Hell. It could be Satan himself, demans, and the fallen angels. When mankind is in low Earth orbit, or even being on the Moon when everyone of a Christian faith makes the argument they are in the heavens. It is not a new debate on that topic, it has been a rational argument going back numbers of centuries. Christian faith, man is temted by forces from Hell. Christina faith, the upper sky of Earth and the Moon are in the heaves. Since we sent men and women into low Earth orbit, and men to the Moon; are they not tempted by the forces from Hell a eather/or question. If we say mankind is not tempted by the forces from Hell when they are in outerspace. Then we have to ask the question, when the first person that born on the Moon and always lived on the Moon in the end commits a murder. If we say the forces from Hell, being whatever we say did take a ride, with the crews that landed on the Moon. Then we have to ask, for a person of faith, when Neil Armstrong was standing for the first time on the Moon did he have a demon from Hell next to him. Interesting question for a person of faith, as that demon could in thoery an faith, been one of the fallen angles returning to the heaven on our Moon. In thoery, if it did happen, and it is only a thoery and for others a faith. That fallen angel, could have told the others to return back to Earth and the fallen angle stayed behind. How does a Christian faith cope with the knowledge that man and woman live in outerspace. Then the knowledge of man landed on the Moon a number of times. Then the main question, what it do to the Christian faith, that someone was borned, lived, never visted Earth then died on the Moon. Would not be that person, not have been temted in their tests.