Chaos or God? From nothing or creation? The heated debate between atheism and theism will continue forever. Unless, either a huge meteor slams into the earth or Jesus returns as promised in the Bible.
So, how believable is it that chaos suddenly produces genesis of the cosmos or that a creator spoke it into existence? Regardless of who believes what, life demands the creation of information and the human mind will not cease to explore all possibilities.
On the one hand, by extraordinary faith, an atheist will continue to assert that all data evolved over billions of years from chaos. On the other hand, by simple faith, the theist believes and accepts evidence in the heavens pointing to a creator. Psalm 19:1 The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork.
What amazes me, all the monstrous radio stations listening for some kind of noise, nothing intelligible has ever been found in space. Yes, there is some instances of a certain type of sound appearing — suggesting a microscopic chance intelligent life producing it. But in all reality, it still remains presumptive evidence or just theory!
For the atheist, the cause of the cosmos is irrelevant to their stance, if by some miracle another star system produces any intelligence that would be the big nail in the coffin affirming their belief. Unlike the atheist, who demand proof of God, the theist may not be surprised if life forms existed elsewhere. In other words, since a theist believes God exists from everlasting to everlasting, though the Bible does not express any other kind of life form apart from earth, there wouldn’t be a reason for not believing God also created them. A theist will not place God in a box. The Creator can do whatever He pleases. That means He is not limited to one species or one earth.