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…

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…

Aliens Won’t Eat Us & Other Evolutionary Assumptions About Extraterrestrials 

A new book of essays edited by Jim Al-Khalili aims to give insight on aliens, space exploration, transhumanism, robot overlords and a whole host of other related subjects to a public saturated with misinformation and misunderstanding resulting from sci-fi tropes. A recent Time.com article by Sarah Begley looked at 5 of the myths that Aliens: The World’s Leading…

We might never detect alien signals… Is this by God’s design?

In anticipation of his newest Alien franchise movie, director Ridley Scott has weighed in on whether he thinks extraterrestrial intelligence exists: “I believe in superior beings. I think it is certainly likely. “An expert I was talking to at NASA said to me ‘have you ever looked in the sky at night? You mean to tell me…

CreationWiki: Aliens Would Cause Believers to Abandon the Bible

“We can safely say however, that if alien spaceships in fact landed on Earth… the reality of alien interaction would be undeniable to all those who dwell on earth. At this point, we would expect all Bible believers to set their Bibles aside and never give God a second thought.” The preceding quote is from…

Strangers and Aliens Gets Some Love

It’s a bit frustrating sometimes when yoir book is apparently The Most Hated Book in Creationism… especially when no one particularly engages the arguments in said book and resorts to insults and appeals to authority instead. Truth isn’t always well-received. Still, I’m not exactly looking to be an exotheological martyr so I was pleasantly surprised to…

In Which Tom DeLonge (formerly of Blink-182) Wages a UFO War Against Religion

The former frontman for Blink-182 has written a new book I’m currently reading through on the UFO phenomenon called Sekret Machines: Volume 1: Gods, Man and War (co-written  with occult historian Peter Levenda). It’s part of a major project from his To The Stars start up that includes fiction and non-fiction books, films and music…

Trailer Review: The Watchman Chronicles with LA Marzulli 

LA Marzulli has recently released yet another video, The Watchman Chronicles. In the intetests of full disclosure (a loaded term in ufological circles), I freely admit that Mr. Marzulli and I do not get along, mostly because he doesn’t like people questioning his authority. Frankly, if he’s that thin-skinned, he really needs to get some better…

Is the Search for ET Rebellion Against God?

I was researching the history of modern creationists thought on exotheology recently, when I came across Ken Ham’s earliest article on the search for extraterrestrial life. The article, entitled Any Little Green Men Out There?, originally appeared in Creation 15, no 1 (December 1992): 14-16. In that article, Ken Ham wrote of the search for extraterrestrial…

The Reckoning: An Emerging Crisis In Biblical Exotheology 

Modern exotheology risks repeating the error of the Galileo debacle. Since those who don’t know their history are doomed to repeat it, let’s start at the beginning of exotheology. The first recorded discussion of the possibility of extraterrestrial life comes from the 5th century BC Atomists. The Atomists were deistic; they believed that the universe…