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Did God create life on other planets?
Would God create such a huge universe and not fill it with intelligent species? Actually, God has clearly revealed in His Word why not, and the purpose of the vastness of the cosmos
by Gary Bates
The return of the Nephilim?
According to the Israelite spies returning from the Promised Land, fearsome ‘giants’ were there. But hadn’t the Nephilim of Noah’s day all been destroyed in the Flood?
by Gary Bates
Aliens in your bedroom?
The truth is out there .... if you really want to know.
by Mike Matthews
The Fourth Kind movie review
A scary movie allegedly based on real events seeks to diminish man’s importance at the center of God’s creation.
by Gary Bates
Lifting the veil on the UFO phenomenon
A new age UFO investigator finds that only the Bible can explain the phenomenon. He now works to reveal the light of the gospel in dark places.
by Gary Bates
Life on Mars?
Life from Mars? Remember evolutionists’ claims about Antarctic meteorite 25 years ago? CMI’s original articles have stood the test of time. Now decisive confirmation by Mars rovers.
by Jonathan Sarfati
UFOlogy: the world’s fastest-growing ‘scientific’ religion?
Belief in extraterrestrial life and UFOs has all the hallmarks of a religion, except it’s one that’s backed by numerous scientists.
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner
Was Jesus an alien?
How can we show the absurdity of the ‘alien Jesus’ idea?
by Shaun Doyle
NASA astronaut Ed Mitchell says aliens are with us
An American hero rocks the establishment with his spectacular claim of having ‘inside knowledge’ about UFO cover-ups. However, there is more to Ed Mitchell than meets the eye.
by Gary Bates
The UFO phenomenon—growing and not going away!
Society’s cultural views are constantly shifting to keep pace with its evolutionary worldview. Can the church get up to speed when much of it fails to identify the root cause?
by Gary Bates
God and the extraterrestrials
by Werner Gitt
Off the planet!
A leading evolutionary scientist believes that a cosmic ‘greeting card’ could have been left in our DNA.
by By Gary Bates