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Dissolving the Fermi Paradox
Oxford scientists cast doubt on intelligent life outside Earth; Elon Musk says this is all the more reason to colonize space.
by Paul Price
Is the whole creation fallen?
Did Adam’s sin really affect the whole universe?
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner
How to deal with experiencers
Gary Bates gives some strategies for talking with people who believe that they have seen or been abducted by extraterrestrials.
by Gary Bates
ET needed evolution
There's something ET needed more than a spaceship, in order to reach Earth. And Charles Darwin provided it.
by David Catchpoole and Gary Bates
NASA shock: ET from Earth
NASA’s quest for alien life has hit a very terrestrial snag.
by David Catchpoole
Does denying the existence of alien life ‘limit God’?
A correspondent, while acknowledging that we reason biblically, thinks that it limits God to deny the existence of alien life. Is he right? We respond.
by Carl Wieland
Avatar Aspirations
An alternative religious belief is spawned by popular culture. A critic engages CMI without necessarily realizing the root of such beliefs.
by Gary Bates
Wow! Communications from little green men?
Blinded by evolutionary thinking, scientists celebrate messages from another world when it’s often a microwave oven in use.
by John G. Hartnett
The ‘face’ on Mars
A myth based on the evolution-inspired belief in ‘aliens’ might now be put to bed.
by Gary Bates
Fossil ETs on meteorites?
More evidence is needed than just because filaments on a meteorite sort of look like bacteria.
by Shaun Doyle
Does the UFO phenomenon marginalize the Christian worldview?
Christians are often marginalized by UFO/ET adherents because of their spiritual view of the phenomenon. So what’s the best way to reach this group of UFO ‘true believers’?
by Gary Bates
Martian Fossils? Dissecting the media hype
Yet another attempt to find evidence for life on Mars turns out to be little more than media hype.
by Lita Cosner and Gary Bates