Across the spectrum of humankind there are beliefs and theories about UFOs and extraterrestrial life as diverse and numerous as the stars in the sky. Primarily, a dichotomy exists between naturalists who deny the supernatural and insist upon scientific explanations for all accounts, and mystics who attribute every unusual sighting to paranormal activity.
People everywhere are looking for honest answers. As believers, we neither shy away from the supernatural because it is unsettling nor condemn scientific explanations for their lack of spirituality. Rather, we search for truth.
In Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men, the authors have initiated a search for truth to answers about UFO sightings and extraterrestrial life. Using extensive scientific background and knowledge of the Scriptures, they approach these questions:
- Could life exist on other planets?
- Does documentation exist for UFO sightings and landings?
- What has been the government’s involvement in UFO and extraterrestrial phenomena?
- Is there a relationship between UFO sightings and demonology?
- How should believers approach the subject of UFOs and extraterrestrial life?
When we have questions about UFO and extraterrestrial phenomena, we should seek answers from qualified sources. Authors Hugh Ross, Kenneth Samples, and Mark Clark have training and experience in the appropriate disciplines. They augment scientific and historical analysis with truths from God’s Word to provide a balanced look at a controversial subject.
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- Title: Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men
- Authors: Hugh Ross, Kenneth Samples, and Mark Clark
- Publisher: Navpress
- Publication Date: 2002
- Pages: 255
About the Authors
Hugh Ross earned a B.Sc. in physics from the University of British Columbia and an M.Sc. and Ph.D. in astronomy from the University of Toronto. He directs the efforts of Reasons to Believe.
Kenneth Samples holds undergraduate degrees in philosophy and social science and a master’s degree in theological studies. He is currently vice-president of Philosophical and Theological Apologetics at Reasons to Believe and an adjunct instructor of philosophy and religion. Kenneth is also the founder and president of the Augustine Institute, a nonprofit educational center for philosophical and religious studies.
Mark Clark received his Ph.D. in international relations from the University of Southern California. He is a professor of political science, and the chair of that department, as well as the director of the National Security Studies program at California State University, San Bernardino. Mark is an adjunct fellow at the Claremont Institute and a consultant to TRW on strategic nuclear forces.