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Secular scientists see evidence of global catastrophe on Venus and Mars. So why can’t they admit the evidence on earth?
Since early times, the human imagination has connected stars into familiar patterns, which we call constellations.
When a probe flew by Pluto, it made a shocking discovery: the surface is young. Astronomers are still scrambling to explain why.
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.
Long before the flat-earth phenomenon of late, many people already equated belief in biblical creation with belief in flat earth.
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?
What possible biblical reason could someone give for life elsewhere in the universe?
What goes on at an American Astronomical Society (AAS) meeting, and why do we have them?
The most anticipated astronomical event of 2018 is the apparition of Mars. This summer, Mars will be closest to earth since 2003.
Going to a meeting such as FEIC, hearing directly from recognized flat-earth experts, and networking with flat-earthers is a legitimate part of my research.
The Bible reveals that creation was about 6,000 years ago, so how can we see stars that are millions of light-years away?
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