Elsewhere I have introduced the work of exotheology (Peters, 2003, pp. 121-136) as speculative
reflection on the theological significance of extraterrestrial life. Whether we
call it exotheology or astrotheology, this differs from cosmotheology as
proposed in Steven Dick, which takes the form of a cosmic naturalism (Dick,
2000, p.200). Exotheology still draws upon classical theological commitments.
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