Would Finding E.T. In Space Change Our View About God?
By Greg Szymanski
Feb 26 2011
Would finding an alien planet with E.T. living there change your view of God?
The reason I ask is that most Christians limit their thinking of man’s creation to this planet and this planet alone.
Or did God send his Son Jesus to other planets creating new and unknown biblical agendas?
I guess with scientific advancements broadening our view of the universe these are normal questions.
Before posing some general questions, let me say I have never met an E.T. here on earth although some people I’ve talked with are still questionable in my mind.
Also, in all the years I have been interviewing people, I have only written on story about someone who swears he encountered E.T.
This was about a retired military man named Charles Hall, who told a fascinating story about his encounter with Tall Whites at a New Mexico military base. To this day I still think his story would make a great Hollywood blockbuster and swore if I ever found the time I would write the screen play.
With this in mind, let’s limit our questions to possibilities of human-like life on distant planets, not stories about aliens who may be sitting next to you at the restaurant tonight.
Here is some information from an article emailed to The Investigative Journal from a group called the London Press Council:
There are more than 100 million Galaxies in the known universe, and space observatories and NASA are starting to make the first discoveries of ‘alien’ planets rights now. How many of these planets are likely to sustain intelligent life? Well, that answer is provided by NASA Professor Frank Drake who has formulated an equation that predicts there are 10,000 fully developed intelligent races of aliens in our own Milky Way galaxy – and our galaxy is only one of many millions of galaxies in the universe. The latest estimates from NASA are that there are trillions of alien planets in the universe. The Law of Probability dictates that sooner or later, the geopolitical situation on Planet Earth will change, affecting the lives of more than six billion people, when NASA, the Ministry of Defence and Pentagon announce that an intelligent life-form has been contacted. Continue reading