More Than Lights In The Sky

On this site, when we discuss lights in the sky, we are usually referring to UFOs; however, today we will be examining a Bible passage that is often twisted to exclude the possibility of extraterrestrial life.  I’m speaking of Genesis 1:14-19, which relates the events of the 4th Day of the Creation Week: 14 And…

Alien Mummy Found in Nazca, Peru?

The Nazca lines, a series of enormous geoglyphs in the Nazca Desert of southern Peru, have been connected with extraterrestrial beliefs ever since the idea was popularized Jim Moseley.  The Nazca Lines were first discovered in 1927 by Peruvian archaeologist Toribio Mejia Xesspe, but Moseley was the first to suggest in the October 1955 issue of…

Jesus Crucified on Countless Alien Worlds?

Dr. Danny Faulkner’s (Answers in Genesis) article “Is Belief in Alien Life Harmless?” made rounds again recently. I’ve already answered Dr. Faulkner’s article, detailing the logical and Scriptural errors it contains; however I wanted to comment on a peculiar misrepresentation of the views of former US President John Adams. I could note of course that it…

LA Marzulli’s Shark Jumping & Alien Implants

We’ve commented more than once on this site about how LA Marzulli, the PT Barnum of Christian Ufology, has been jumping the shark to promote his “documentaries.” His latest video (the one he initially promised me he’d send a review copy of)  is no exception. One of his very first teaser videos for The Watchman Chronicles involves…

Alien Salvation: Answering A Cartoon Argument Against ETs

It sounds like an old joke: “Superman, Chewbacca and Spock walk into a bar…” Except in this case, it’s a cartoon strip by fellow creationist Dan Lietha, so no bar… and Superman’s reading the Bible. The animated strip ostensibly seeks to answer the question: “Is the Idea of Alien Life in Outer Space Biblical?” Fair…

The Wow! Signal Gets An Answer

The Wow! signal was a strong narrowband radio signal received by Ohio State University’s Big Ear radio telescope on August 15, 1977. The signal lasted fir 72 secinds and was 30 times stronger than background emmissions. Upon reviewing the data a few days kater, astronomer Jerry R. Ehman discovered the anomaly and wrote “Wow!” next…

Would Lovecraft-Inspired, Hibernating Digital Aliens Solve the Fermi Paradox?

If microbes-to-man evolution is true and the universe progresses by purely natural processes, the Copernican Principle of Mediocrity suggests that life should be ubiquitous. We should be able to detect signs and signals of intelligent alien life to the point where the news stops reporting it because it’s so commonplace. Obviously that’s not the case…