Early Christian Views on Flying Saucers: The Early 1950s & Voice of Healing 

In the early 1950s, Christians were still trying to make sense of the flying saucer phenomenon.  Men associated with the Pentecostal Voice of Healing magazine were among the first on record to weigh in. Gordon Lindsay In July 1950, Gordon Lindsay wrote an article for Voice of Healing called “Prophetic Significance of The Flying Saucer”…

Guy Malone’s “Doctrine of Stated Intent” and Other Bad Arguments Against Aliens 

Over the past few days, I’ve been watching presentations from the Roswell UFO Festival 2017: “70 Years Later: Modern Challenges to the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis.” This particular post concerns a presentation given by RoswellMission.org founder and conference organizer Guy Malone on June 30, 2917, entitled, “Are Aliens Demons? Evidences That Suggest ‘Yes.’” While I may comment…

LA Marzulli’s ‘Demon Fairy’ Revisited 

Once upon a time, Christian Ufologist and pastor LA Marzulli promoted one if his documentaries with a sensational “demon fairy.” It was a hoax, one that he claims he was taken in by. Frankly, I don’t buy it. Oh, it’s a hoax alright. I simply have reason to doubt he was ever truly taken in…

Why the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis Dominates Ufology

Recently an article has been making rounds amongst Christian Ufologists which seeks to explain why the public thinks of space beings rather than ultraterrestrials when they think of the UFO phenomenon. The article, Alien Addiction: TV Shows and Why We Can’t Shake the ET Hypothesis by MJ Banias, claims that UFO documentaries, “along with various other forms…