If extraterrestrials exist, would it disprove God and creationism?
- SBR32277Lv 78 months agoFavourite answer
It would just be more evidence that the Biblical God is made up, but that by itself would not rule out Gods/Goddesses in general or creationism. Of course there are things we can already know to rule out all possibilities of any Gods/Goddesses.
- 8 months ago
Yes it would it sure would.
- sk8terboy1963Lv 48 months ago
Creationism and god both have been proved to be false a LONG time ago. Aliens have nothing to do with either of them.
- darkvelvetrainLv 78 months ago
The lack of gods disprove the existence of a god. Aliens have nothing to do with it.
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- PrinceLv 58 months ago
No, it would PROVE chapter six of Genesis and the Fallen Angels.
- Bobby JimLv 78 months ago
No, that would not disprove God and Creationism. The scriptures say that God created the Earth, and all the planets, moons and stars in the heavens.Source(s): Genesis 1:1 and 1:14
- DiogenesLv 78 months ago
I think it would prove that, given suitable conditions, life is all but inevitable -- a natural consequence of the interactions of four distinct forms of energy and the 92 natural chemical elements.
- PubliusLv 78 months ago
Nope. My church has always taught that God has placed his human children on countless worlds.
- PaulLv 78 months ago
Of course not. It would just be one more thing in God's Creation that we have discovered. And as time goes on, we will discover many other things in His creation that we were previously ignorant of.
- CaesarLv 78 months ago
They will evolve their creationism tales and make extraterrestrial fit their Creationist tales... is nothing new for religious people to do that... Christmas does not fit or is mention on scripture ....Gee Zeus that will never disprove they need to celebrate that