Did any of the major modern creationist ministries ever mention that some pretty famous creation scientists believed in the possibility of extraterrestrial life? Do you think they even know?
“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 they’re referring to the fact that the major modern creationist organizations, including Answers in Genesis, the Institute for Creation Research and Creation Ministries International all currently hold official positions that are hostile to the idea of extraterrestrial life. And I’m on record (and vocally so) as saying that it’s unwise to be dogmatic on a subject the Bible is explicitly silent upon.
But I’m hardly alone in my views. Statistically, I’m one of the majority; creationists who affirm the possibility of extraterrestrial life outnumber creationists who deny that possibility. Historically, I stand in the shadow…
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