What Does The Bible Say About Alien
What does the Bible say about aliens? Aliens are mentioned in Scripture, and given the government’s apparent cover-up of what’s going on with these intergalactic beings, it’s a question that more and more people are asking. Here are some passages from the Bible that have been used by believers to explain the existence of aliens:
Bible Verses about Aliens
The Bible does not explicitly mention aliens, but it doesn’t directly contradict them either. The Bible is a book of history and prophecy, so it’s important to consider what types of stories the Bible tells. The Bible doesn’t have any accounts of alien invasions, abductions or abductees. Therefore, it is safe to conclude that there are no explicit biblical objections against belief in aliens (or at least those who have not committed evil).
The Bible does contain accounts of angels visiting people on earth; these were all good angels sent by God for specific purposes. If aliens were bad—and some say they are—then why would God send them? Wouldn’t he want us to recognize them as evil?
Job 25:5 (NIV)
“Behold, he tears down, and it cannot be built again; he shuts a man out and there can be no remedy.”
Job 25:5 (KJV)
“Behold now, his soul which is lifted up is not upright in him: but the just shall live by his faith.”
Job 25:5 (ESV)
“Behold, he tears off its branches and throws them away; And leaves it for the desert birds to dwell In its ruins.
1 Chronicles 16:19-22
- God is the creator of everything.
- God is the ruler of everything.
- God is the one who makes all things work together for good.
- God is the one who is in control of everything.
The Bible says that aliens are real and have been on Earth for a long time. The Bible says that aliens are demons, fallen angels, and the children of the devil.
The Bible does not require us to believe in UFOs or extraterrestrials as much as it requires us to believe in our own existence. If there is no God then there is no point in living; but if we acknowledge God as Creator then everything else becomes possible because He has given us His word which can guide us through life’s challenges.
This verse reminds us of the power and strength that is inherent in God. He gives us what we need to make it through this life, and He protects us from evil. We can run to Him any time we are in trouble. He won’t let anything bad happen to us if we are following Him and trying our best to live according to His will for our lives.
In our passage today, Jesus Christ is called the “great high priest” because he understands how weak and fragile humans are. Yet even though he was tempted just like us, Jesus never once sinned! By facing all of the same trials as humans do but not committing sin himself, Jesus showed that he knows exactly how hard it is for us mere mortals when faced with temptation—and yet despite knowing full well exactly how much difficulty lies ahead for man (and woman), he still came down here on earth anyway because he loves us so much!
- “The Lord is the one who made you, and you belong to him.
- You are a special people to God, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God.”
Here’s what the bible says about aliens.
Now that you’ve gotten a brief overview of what the Bible says about aliens, let’s get into some detail on each of these points.
- Aliens are real.
The Bible clearly says that there is life outside of earth, including intelligent beings and extraterrestrial civilizations. In fact, it appears to be a common theme throughout scripture that aliens are out there and they may pose danger to humanity if we don’t act accordingly.
- Aliens are fallen angels (or demons).
In Genesis 6 when God was creating humans and angels, he invited all his creatures to come see what he had created, but only one-third of them showed up for the party–the rest were too busy partying themselves! This is why Lucifer (a fallen angel) decided to start his own party without any invite from God. It was here that he convinced one third of heaven’s population (including many animals) to rebel against God and cause havoc on earth with their wild behavior! They were all kicked out except for Noah who was able to save himself together with his family members due their faithfulness towards him as well as towards our Creator above them all.”
What does the Bible say about aliens? It seems like a pretty silly question to ask if you’re not religious, but for Christians and Jews, there are many scriptures that could be interpreted as referring to extraterrestrial beings. While there’s no clear answer from scripture alone, the Bible does give us some clues about how we should view aliens and our relationship with them on earth.