DNA — the Aliens made us?

What does biblical creation have to do with us knowing God. Six day creation has been attacked and evolution has been read into the Holy Scriptures. Is that a problem when the scriptures say that creation and nature actually point to God?

Rom 1:19  For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God himself has made it plain to them.
Rom 1:21  For although they knew God, they neither glorified him as God nor gave thanks to him. Instead, their thoughts turned to worthless things, and their ignorant hearts were darkened.
Rom 1:22  Though claiming to be wise, they became fools
Rom 1:23  and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images that looked like mortal human beings, birds, four-footed animals, and reptiles.
Rom 1:20  For since the creation of the world his invisible attributes-his eternal power and divine nature-have been understood and observed by what he made, so that people are without excuse.

And by the way, I just had a light bulb moment when reading the above scripture. People who refuse to glorify the immortal God exchange that glory towards images that look like human beings. Will that happen again?

People say that to believe in the creation account of God creating everything in a short space of time is completely out there and an antiquated belief. But is this belief any stranger than atheists who refuse to believe in the biblical account of creation? Let’s see how even world renown scientists reconcile the ever growing problem of intelligent design found in DNA and the evolutionary paradigm. What god or gods could they possibly have faith in?

To overcome the huge hurdles of evolution of life from non-living chemicals on earth, Crick (he was one of the first to find the DNA strand) proposed, in a book called Life Itself, that some form of primordial life was shipped to the earth billions of years ago in spaceships—by supposedly ‘more evolved’ (therefore advanced) alien beings.

Although he tried to solve the problem of the source of intelligence for the creation of DNA without God, Crick only succeeded in pushing the problem into outer space where, of course, it cannot be tested. After all, if such alleged aliens, in turn, were not created by a greater intelligence than themselves, then how did they evolve from non-living chemicals in the first place? [source]