Famous Creation Scientists Who Believed in Aliens

“Tony Breeden, we know about your lone wolf views on aliens. Go and troll somewhere else.” This comment was fired at me by an admin on the Alien Intrusion movie’s Facebook page and rather quickly deleted thereafter (Yes, I have a screenshot), but I wanted to comment on that whole “lone wolf” notion. I believe…

CreationWiki’s Bad Argument Against ‘Any Other Earths’

CreationWiki believes that the Bible teaches that there aren’t “any other Earths.” At least, that’s the argument presented in their Extraterrestrial Life article: Consider this well-known verse, which Astronaut Jim Lovell, one of the first three men to orbit the moon, read aloud on that occasion: In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1…

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…

Christians Will Colonize the Cosmos!

Fellow Christian author E. Stephen Burnet has written a thought provoking post over at SpeculativeFaith.com, entitled Will Christians Colonize the Cosmos?  He correctly notes that Christian objections to the idea that we will colonize space center on our eschatology. Basically, our End Times theology has resulted in a geocentric futurology: we don’t think we’ll get far…

Why the Search for Exoplanets Should Be Encouraged

The news of several Earth-sized planets orbiting a small, dim star called TRAPPIST-1 fell like a bombshell this past few days. The announcement was well orchestrated, complete with a 360 image of an exoplanet’s surface,  a more mundane image of the same, a little video, and even a travel poster. It was admittedly overkill, but…