Walking on the Moon

– On October 4, 1957, Russian scientists launched the first artificial satellite into space. This event brought on what is known as “The Space Race” when the U.S. and Russia were competing with each other in the advancement of space technology. This race cost America over 20 billion dollars and lasted until the year 1975. … Read More

Where is the Heavy Metal?

– The Big Bang is supposed to have produced the elements Hydrogen and Helium, and we are led to believe that from these two, all 118 of the elements that make up the periodic table were formed. Is that possible? Let’s take a quick look at science. Hydrogen, is one electron and one proton. Deuterium, … Read More

Supernovae

– A supernova is a star that has reached a critical point, and explodes, normally in a spectacular display of light. Based on the Big Bang theory, shortly after an explosion 14 billion years ago, stars began forming and exploding frequently, and as the first stars went supernova (or exploded), they gave rise to a … Read More

How The Stars Were Formed

– Evolutionary cosmology indicates that after the Big Bang, an unlikely event took place which brought particles of matter together forming clouds of gas, and subsequently stars. But in scientific law: There is no gas known to man that clumps together. It always pushes apart. It is a physical law that gas in a vacuum … Read More

An Explosion In Space

– Some scientists would tell us that 14 billion years ago, an event took place that created the universe from nothing. This explosion has no place in Biblical history, yet some Christians have come to believe in current science more than the Word of God. Even so, the Bible actually refers to the big bang. … Read More

What is the Big Bang?

– The Big Bang theory is a popular cosmological theory that attempts to explain the creation of the Universe through chance. The Big Bang states that around 14 billion years ago, all of the matter in the Universe was compacted into a very small, very dense point This matter suddenly exploded, and sent debris in … Read More

…A Thousand Years As One Day

– One popular argument for Theistic Evolutionists is the scripture in 2 Peter which states “…One day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.” But Greek prose is vastly different from the Hebrew writing styles found in Genesis, and there is no indication that “day” means anything … Read More

Why Young Earth?

– Many people don’t understand the importance of believing in a literal 6 day creation. Most Hebrew scholars agree that the wording used in the Creation account indicates literal 24 hour days. An old Earth view gives rise to many ungodly theories such as death before sin, human-primate origins, a chance cosmos, and other speculative … Read More

What’s In A Day…

– The book of Genesis describes a 7 day creation week. But were they really days, or long spans of time as some teachers would have you believe? Scholars conclude that it is most likely: The Hebrew word ‘yom’, or day, as found in the creation account refers to a literal, 24 hour day- and … Read More

The Crab Nebula

– The Crab Nebula, also known as Messier 1, was the very first of 110 objects to be catalogued by the French astronomer Charles Messier. He mistook this nebula for a comet upon first observation, and thus began the famous Messier catalogue. This colorful nebula is quite bright, and fairly easy to spot using a … Read More

Biblical Exegesis

– The scriptures tell us that in the beginning, God created the heaven and earth in six days. The account uses the Hebrew word “yom” preceded by the number of each day, and clarified with the definition “evening and morning”. So why, then, do we have Christians settling for a stretched interpretation of those passages, … Read More

Who Is Messier?

– Picking up an astronomy magazine, one might find a photo of the gorgeous Messier 42 or come across the spectacular Messier 13. Search the web for galaxies, and you might see Messier 101, or come across Messier 51. But what is this Messier, and what does it mean? Charles Messier was a Frenchman who … Read More

The Whirlpool Galaxy

– Situated in the constellation Canes Venatici, we find the breathtaking Whirlpool Galaxy, also known as M51. This stunning object in the night sky appears as one large spiral galaxy feeding into another much smaller one. The primary galaxy was discovered by Charles Messier in 1774, however, its companion galaxy was not discovered until 1781 … Read More

Fact and Theory

– Today, many people reference the Big Bang theory as fact. Many just accept it as fact because of their peer’s belief in it. However, just a few examples of widely believed theories that were superseded by newer theories make it plain as the saying goes: “Wishing don’t make it so.” The long-held theory of … Read More

Earth’s Geo-Magnetic Field

– We know that the Earth is special, and there are factors that protect our planet from large incoming debris. In addition, there are many other threats that are potentially just as devastating. Cosmic Radiation is one of those threats. Our planet is thought to have a liquid iron core. Why is this significant? Because … Read More