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Answers magazine attempts to answer many of the most-asked questions about astronomy.
How did this universe come into existence? Did God use “natural” methods to create the universe, or did He create everything supernaturally?
Presuppositions are things you take for granted: like your own existence, the reliability of your memory, your continued personal identity, moral laws, laws of logic, induction, and many others.
God is not simply a passive observer, the Bible tells us that He sustains His creation—something that is evident from scientific research.
It has been my burden to write a book that shows the layperson how the universe makes sense in light of what the Bible teaches about creation.
Most astronomy textbooks teach that our universe was formed in a big bang billions of years ago.
Does the size of the universe prove that it must be billions of years old?
The word “science” is used in many ways. Many secular humanists try to redefine science as “naturalism”—the belief that nature is “all there is.”
The news media has been abuzz recently about supposed evidence that the universe expanded rapidly, growing to billions of light years across—all within the first trillionth of a second after its birth
This past weekend I had the privilege of attending the "Thousands ... Not Billions" conference where the results of the RATE (Radioisotopes and the age of the earth) project were presented.
Astronomers have discovered a new member of our solar system and NASA is calling this object the "tenth planet."
The "Deep Impact" spacecraft of NASA is scheduled to rendezvous with Comet Tempel 1 this Fourth of July.
Astronomers have detected the first light from planets which orbit other stars.
According to researchers at Oxford University, a number of human skeletal remains are not nearly as old as had been previously claimed.
Astronomers have recently claimed to detect a “ripple” pattern in the clustering of galaxies in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.
On Wednesday evening, September 29, the television network PBS (Public Broadcasting System) aired segments three and four of the four-hour miniseries “Origins” in the US.
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