Re: Extra Terrestrial Life (was: Researchers See Life in Planet's Dunes)
- --- In CreationTalk@y..., Jeannie <jeannie@u...> wrote:
> larjsy wrote:Hmmm, interesting perspective Jeannie. I hadn't thought of it quite
> > My kids have asked me whether I believe there is life out in
> > space.
> > I tell them I don't know but if God created life anywhere other
> > than
> > earth, it seems he hasn't told us about it.
> > 1. Has anyone come across any biblical references that have been
> > interpreted as referring to life other than on earth?
> > If there *are* creatures out there, they would have their own
> > spiritual history as to their standing before God. -lar.
> > 2. Would they also have found themselves living in a universe
> > under
> > the curse, because of the disobedience of Man? -lar.
> Christians often assume that angels, spirits, demons etc., since
> they are
> different from us, do not inhabit our material universe as we do.
> I don't
> think that is necessarily so. How do we know that heaven is not a
> part of our universe? Apparently a solid and real Christ after the
> resurrection went there. It seems likely to me that angels etc. are
> extraterrestrials in a real sense. Just because they can be
> immaterial or
> material at will does not prove that heaven is immaterial, and not
> a real part of the universe.
> The best way to know God's will is to say "I will" to God.
> Jeannie McReynolds
> Oregon Coast
Lake Ontario Shore ;-)
>Even if one starts from the position that God only created life on Earth; a
> Some Mars Researchers See Life in Planet's Dunes
position with which is only inferred from, but not specifically stated in
the Bible; There are two ways life could have gotten to Mars from Earth.
1. Bacteria could have been blown into space by the breakup of the fountains
of the deep, during the flood and eventually landed on Mars.
2. Mars was seeded by pre flood man. This could have been done accidently by
not sterilizing a probe or deliberately as part of a colonizing effort.
--- Charles Creager Jr