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The hypothesis that extragalactic redshifts are cosmological is strongly supported. I encourage fellow recent creationists to abandon their doubts that extragalactic redshifts are cosmological and better focus their work on explaining extragalactic redshifts in terms of a biblical cosmology.PDF Download
Many recent creationists appear to oppose the Hubble relation, the expansion of the universe, and/or cosmological redshifts of quasars. The rejection of these topics by many creationists appears to be motivated by fear of possible evolutionary implications.PDF Download
Some flat-earthers have appealed to the Book of Enoch to support their argument that the Bible teaches that the earth is flat. Does the Book of Enoch teach that the earth is flat? Let us examine some of its passages that supposedly do.
Virtually every aspect of modern life rests, in some way, on Isaac Newton’s findings. So it’s no surprise that everyone, even biblical creationists, wants to claim him as their hero. But we need to be careful. Whose side is he really on?
Most evolutionary astronomers talk about the Oort cloud like it’s a fact. Yet they admit no direct observational evidence exists.
The winter solstice has a special effect at Ireland’s most famous megalith.
Sights like a lunar eclipse are possible only because of our moon’s unique relationship to the earth.
The thought that aliens might be living on other planets may sound innocent enough. But lurking underneath are some deep theological dangers.
Two fundamental laws of physics clash if we try to explain the universe’s origin without a Creator.
In this article, I will examine many of the biblical passages that supposedly teach that the earth is flat, and I will show that in fact they do not.
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