I dont argue against a god. I dont know. I just see no possible evidence to support such beliefs. Its like a conspiracy theory and its basis on a fact free-explanation.
You do, though. I read so many posts where you fight against religious people by pushing evolution as their antithesis. I am on your side with teaching evolution, but I am against framing it as something that contradicts religion. Whatever we discover about the truth of nature, that is revelation from God, assuming it is true and not false.
If you dont ever want to support a researcheable answer, itd be better to just say that "aliens did it all as they passed the early earth"
If aliens do anything, they are also creatures of God operating within the creation. What you don't seem to understand about attributing things to God is that it is no different than attributing them to 'nature.' 'God' is just a way to referring to nature as having authorship.
At least one day you can probably find indisputable evidence that they do or dont exist.
I dont see where you can find evidence for a god', let alone its involvement with creation and evolution. Whereas "god -free" evolution has all the evidence in its favor.
Is there evidence for or against the existence of 'nature?' What about 'the universe?' Can you prove that the universe does or doesn't exist?
Ken Miller ,well known from the Dover Trial, an evolutionary scientist emeritus at Brown, is a Christian whose "personal god" is totally transcendent of creation and evolution.
Ken's a bright guy but he's stuck himself to the existence of a deity that has no purpose in being, because in his teaching , he is unable to present any deity supportive evidence, and as a good scientist, his god becomes more of a symbol, like Little Oscar of Oscar Meyer kosher weiners
God's existence is just a given when you frame the universe in a way that attributes authorship to it. It's like when a child watches a movie and doesn't understand the movie has been written/directed/produced/etc. The child thinks they are just watching a set of events unfold on screen. Similarly, we can just look at the events of nature (the universe) unfold like a child watching a movie, or we can see it as a complex production that is produced by a grand intentional consciousness.
It's not a question of proving whether it is true or not, but only whether or not to frame/understand existence in terms of God as an author/authority behind the nature of the universe. Nothing changes about the laws of physics because you allow God-consciousness to operate freely within your mind. It's just that you become aware of everything as a testament to a grand design that goes beyond humans, aliens, or any other particular mind/consciousness that exists within the universe.