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Exactly. Microbes? Yes. Advanced alien civilisations? Certainly not.
It can. If you consider them as your alien/entity or outer sourse of enery out there then ok. I'm beginning to think something else is out there.
I think they found bacteria on mars; could be from the rover's, but still counts.
No, angels don't count. Neither does God.
False. Alien definition two: A hypothetical or fictional being from another world.
God isn't fiction though, and isn't from another world (i. e. planet). How could God be a part of that which He (She? It?) created? Is the novelist to be found within the story?
World: definition one, example three: the material universe or all that exists; everything.
That's your definition, not mine, and besides, the question is about aliens, and if they were to exist they would originate from another planet, not universe.
No true Scotsman, or appeal to purity, is an informal fallacy in which one attempts to protect a universal generalization from counterexamples by changing the definition in an ad hoc fashion to exclude the counterexample.
No, not a fallacy. You're just trying to move the goal-posts. The question is, "Do You Believe in Aliens?" (see above). Aliens are, by definition, beings from another planet. God, if such exists, wouldn't be from a part of creation that He/She/It/Whatever was responsible for creating in the first place. Got it?
I also mentioned bacteria on Mars. OP said it's cool, so it's cool.Romans 11:36: All things come from God, through God, and return to God. Praise him for ever! Yes, it is so!