Tag : sun

Our Amazing Moon II: Size and Location – Dr. Jack L. Burton

Overview In this second article on Our Amazing Moon we will examine the unique properties of our moon’s size as it relates to the size of the earth; and, we will examine the position of the moon in its orbit…

March 17, 2017

Photosynthesis – Why You Should Believe In Creation …And Not Evolution | David Rives

Why should you believe in creation, and not evolution? I mean, scientifically speaking. Haven’t we proven that evolution is a fact? When most people think of “evolution” they think of the supposed process where, over millions of years, small changes…

January 25, 2017

Earlier in 2015, the Int'l Astronomical Union assumed Pluto would look like an old, cratered body grimy from sweeping up billions of years of space dust. Later, actual photos of the young Pluto were a "giant surprise" to materialists with its bright ice and minimal craters.

Solar System Formation Problems – Bob Enyart

See in the image above what materialists expected Pluto to look like, from this typical image published by the International Astronomical Union in March 2015. That visual prediction of the secular astronomers depicted a heavily cratered body grimy from sweeping up billions…

December 23, 2015

Math and the Creator: Measuring Creation

Have you ever noticed how many numbers there are in science books? In astronomy, numbers help us describe the distance to different stars, the size of starts, the brightness of stars, the orbits of planets—the list could go on and…

December 3, 2015

Mole Day

Happy Mole Day! Have you ever heard of “Mole Day” before?  It’s actually a chemistry holiday –not a holiday to celebrate furry burrowing pests or unique dark spots on your skin.  In chemistry, a mole is a very special unit…

October 23, 2015

GOD IN YOUR FACE – Tom Shipley

Theism or Naturalism – which is it? Below are a few snippets to consider. When it comes to apologetics and talking about religious and philosophical issues with “ordinary” people we may meet in the course of our lives, I think…

July 28, 2015

Sunspots

There are countless stars in our galaxy, and in the distant Universe. Many are larger and more massive than our home star, the Sun. Given its close proximity to Earth, our Sun offers many breathtaking phenomena that are easily visible…

June 15, 2015

Colorful Creation

The blank circle on my sketchpad stared menacingly back at me as I searched my brain for inspiration that would fit into this assignment for my college art class.  We were supposed to create a color wheel- based painting that…

March 20, 2015

The God Who Breathes Stars

By Louie Giglio Your life is a miracle, and the Creator of the universe knows you by name. He’s big enough to breathe out stars, yet intricate enough to fashion together the trillions of cells that make up every facet…

October 31, 2014

The Sun, Moon and Stars of Genesis 1

What does it mean that the “greater light,” and the “lesser light” and the “stars” of Genesis 1 were “given for signs, seasons, days and years?”  First and foremost, these celestial bodies are not accidents of some physical process but…

August 3, 2014