Life, Death and an Isotropic Universe: in General Discussion Posted Tuesday at 08:40 PM · Report reply I don't know about indications, but, at some point I wonder about the implications to what it means to be a child of God created in His image. Based on what @askandanswer pointed out -- that some like Elder McConkie have taught that Christ's atonement here on this planet is sufficient for all of God's creations (children?) throughout the universe -- I assume that we would believe that other intelligent life is also created in God's image. If they are too different from us (both in physical form and in lifestyle), then I would wonder what that means to be created in God's image. If nothing else, and interesting thread to spark some challenges to these assumptions.