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What God May Have Intended with the Question of Alien Life

What God May Have Intended with the Question of Alien Life

If your faith in God feels threatened or shaken by the prospect of life existing outside of our planet, then you should first consider wrestling with why that’s the case. Nothing in the Bible expressly denies the existence of extraterrestrial life. Neither does anything in the Bible require us to believe it’s out there. Why? Because the Bible is far more concerned with your life and my life here on Earth—and, more specifically, how to live that life in relationship with God—than it is that speculative question. Satan would love it if we became divided over or obsessed with an issue that, most likely, just doesn’t matter instead of focusing on the things that do.

God Alone Can Permanently Ground Our Sense of Wonder

God Alone Can Permanently Ground Our Sense of Wonder

The actor who played Captain Kirk from Star Trek recently went to space in real life. The 90-year-old actor was awestricken by the experience, sharing that the journey was almost spiritual. This sensation is often called the “overview effect,” space tends to raise deep longings for significance. But, soon this feel will likely fade. The only thing that can permanently ground our sense of wonder is God Himself.

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