Something for the ET-loving Geeks Out There

Some of you know that I’m writing a new non-fiction book about aliens, UFOs and the Bible. The concept for the book developed slowly, mostly – and oddly enough – as a result of my research for the as-yet-forthcoming sequel to my action-packed sci-fi book, Johnny Came Home. Johnny Came Home was a work of…

Can Aliens Be Saved?

Some say that aliens are impossible because their existence would cause theological problems. The fact is that if ET exists, he probably doesn’t need saving anyway…

Creation Cryptids: Little Green Men & UFOs 2

A Christian simply has to acknowledge the UFO enigma. I mean, what are these strange lights in the heavens? Who pilots them, if anyone? And why in the blazes are they in our skies? And who benefits? [More on this in a moment.] Now there are several ways we might account for UFOs. 1. A…

Creation Cryptids: The Mothman or When Cryptids Prove False

—Creation Cryptids: Mothman The Mothman of Point[less] Pleasant, West Virginia, is sort of a weird cousin of mine. That is, one legend has it that the Mothman was spawned by the curse that Chief Cornstalk placed upon Point Pleasant as the white men he was trying to save betrayed and then murdered him [and his…

Creation Cryptids: Little Green Men & UFOs

The following originally appeared in answer to a comment on this post. Aliens and UFOs. OK. I hail from West Virginia, home of Gray Barker [credited with possibly inventing the Men In Black], the Mothman of Point Pleasant and the Green Monster of Flatwoods [aka the Flatwoods Monster], all of which have been linked to…

Creation Cryptids

Coined by John E Wall of Manitoba in 1983, the word “cryptid” refers to an animal of interest to cryptozoology. Cryptozoology, according to Bernard Heuvelmann [the “Father of Cryptozoology”] is “The scientific study of hidden animals, i.e., of still unknown animal forms about which only testimonial and circumstanstial evidence is availbable, or material evidence considered…