ELON Musk is known for being outspoken but he doesn't often provide his views on religion.
In an interview with Christian satire site Babylon Bee, the billionaire revealed his stance on Christianity and a desire for salvation.
The clip was resurfaced recently by CNS News after causing a stir in December.
The billionaire expresses several views in the interview, including how he wouldn't say no to being saved by Jesus.
Before Musk's interview with Babylon Bee, the SpaceX CEO had said he wasn't religious.
He's often described as an atheist, which makes the late 2021 interview even more interesting.
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Musk was interviewed at Tesla's headquarters in Austin, Texas.
When asked: "We're wondering if you could do us a quick solid and accept Jesus as your lord and savior?"
The billionaire replied: "I mean, let's just say, like, I agree with the principles that Jesus advocated, and that there's some great wisdom in the teachings of Jesus, and I agree with those teachings."
He added: "Love thy neighbor as thyself is very important."
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And: "As Einstein would say, I believe in the god of Spinoza."
Baruch Spinoza was a 17th century Dutch philosopher who believed if there was a god, the god wasn't an individual but more likely the laws of the universe.
Despite expressing this thought, Musk didn't rule out Jesus or accepting being saved.
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He said: "So, but hey, if Jesus is saving people, I won't stand in His way.
"I'll be, sure, I'll be saved — why not?"
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