Harold L Armstrong’s Argument Against Corporal Living Beings Living Outside Earth

The June 1970 edition (Vol. 7 No. 1) of the Creation Research Society Quarterly stressed cosmology. One of journal’s contributors was Harold L. Armstrong (1921-1985). Armstrong was an early member of the Creation Research Society and a Professor of Physics at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He began the Quarterly’s first regular column, “Comments on…

Wouldn’t God Have Mentioned Aliens If They Existed?

By far the most common argument against the possibility of extraterrestrial life is that the Bible doesn’t mention any.  This is an argument from silence, a logical fallacy. People make an argument from silence when they come to a conclusion that’s based on the absence of statements in historical documents, rather than on presence. The…