I don't see the relationship between intelligent life evolving naturally throughout the universe and a transcendent, supernatural creator god that allegedly created that universe and its contents. Where are you going with that?<quoted text>I thought of another thing to ask along these lines. You said you believe there is probably intelligent life on extrasolar planets and moons and you doubt man is the most intelliegt life-form in the universe. So how can you rule out the possibility that a higher form of intelligence than man may be singular in species, that it could be God, and could have been the creating force behind human life? Depending on the degree of intelliegence higher than man which we would have no way of knowing, how can you rule out the possibility?
Nor do I rule out the possibility of creator gods. I await evidence. In the meantime, I worship nothing. Why do you do otherwise? And how did you choose which god to worship? There are thousands of them.
Aren't you risking offending our creators if we actually have some, and you have guessed wrongly about their nature? Wouldn't you be offended if your creation depicted you as a petty, vengeful, jealous, judgmental, capricious, megalomaniacal, genocidal, filicidal, sadistic, panty sniffer? I sure would.