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History shows that scientific “truth” changes over time. The uncertainty is the reason why continued testing of our ideas is so important in science.
One theory, proposed in the nineteenth century, was that the constellations represent the vestiges of a primal gospel that God gave to early man.
Physics is a relatively “clean” science because it deals mostly with the world as it exists. Yet it has struggled to explain some weird experimental results.
Some attribute the decline of NASA to the change in leadership in the early 1970s when NASA began to pursue evolutionary ideas.
It appears that the claim that we have found evidence of inflation is overstated. At best, the evidence is very indirect and to the point of being premature.
Some creationists believe that the scientific assault on the Bible did not begin with biological evolution, but with the acceptance of the geokinetic theory.
The Sun derives energy by the thermonuclear conversion of hydrogen into helium, deep inside its core. There is convincing evidence that the Sun is getting at least half of its energy by this method.
Comets are continually being lost through decay, collisions with planets, and ejections from the solar system. If the solar system were billions of years old, then all comets would have died long ago.
The problems with Bouw’s book pale in comparison with those of this book by Marshall Hall.
Argument for an impact bombardment event surrounding the Flood that began with the onset of the Flood and continued for some time, trailing off into the post-Flood period.
The astronomer Hugh Ross has had a great impact on many churches and individuals in recent years. But those who agree with his approach to Genesis should be embarrassed with the extent of his sloppy work.
The cratering patterns observed on the moon were formed during two distinct impacting episodes.
The existence of comets as an argument for a recent creation is examined.
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