Sir William Herschel — A Path To Discovery | David Rives

The German astronomer, Sir William Herschel, would explore the night skies in great detail over the course of his lifetime. The majesty of our Creator’s heavenly handiwork was increasingly revealed through his important discoveries. Quite a grand description of the planet Saturn was expressed by Herschel after careful observations through his telescope: “There is not … Read More

Sir William Herschel — Early Years | David Rives

Sir Frederick William Herschel was born in Hanover Germany, in 1738. His father was a musician who encouraged the young Herschel in the art of music, as well as mathematics. Aside from his native tongue of German, he also quickly picked up French, English, and Latin, and at 15, entered military service. With a self-professed … Read More

Signs of the Times — The Bible and Astrology | David Rives

The practice of astrology involves using stars, planets, and constellations for signs. According to the Biblical record, the sun, moon and stars were to be for signs, seasons, days and years. So, does this make astrology Biblically acceptable? Actually, quite the contrary. One major difference between scriptural signs and the pagan practices of astrology is … Read More

Creation – The Book of Nature? | David Rives

Today, there is a growing trend to elevate nature to the level of the authority of the Holy Bible. Some even reference “The Bible” and “The Book of Nature” as if they were equal. Galileo speaks poetically of the “book of nature”, and indeed, all of God’s creation is like an open book, full of … Read More

Catch A Falling Star: All About Meteors | David Rives

Look! Up in the sky! It’s a falling star! Or is it? If you’ve ever seen a bright glow streaking through the sky at night, you probably have already guessed: It’s not an actual star. There are millions of particles that hit Earth’s atmosphere every day. They range from the size of a grain of … Read More

Astronomy vs. Astrology | David Rives

When I give presentations on the beauty of God’s creation, and how the heavens declare the glory of God, there are often those who will mistakenly reference what I present as astrology. I quickly correct them, pointing out that the field of science being discussed is called ASTRONOMY. The two terms do sound remarkably similar … Read More

Mother’s Day Sale in the Creation Superstore!

DAVID RIVES MUSIC    “O sing unto the Lord a new song.” David will be announcing the release of a new inspiring single! Be sure to stay tuned next week for details. THE CREATION CLUB This week, we are featuring a new exclusive article, submitted to “The Creation Club” a few days ago, by Paul … Read More

Last call for the ‘Gas Giant’ Jupiter

The ‘Gas Giant’ Jupiter is making its’ way toward the horizon and will soon be out of view. Don’t forget to include Jupiter in your stargazing parties while you can still see it! April is also a good time to see some of the most popular galaxies, including but not limited to, M51, M101 and … Read More

Eclipse Photos and NEW ONLINE STORE

Dear Friends, It was pouring rain here for the eclipse… But you all responded OVERWHELMINGLY with photos and your experiences. Thank you all so much for the awesome photos that you shared with us of last week’s total lunar eclipse! Check out the photos sent in from across the continent by clicking here. Thanks, David … Read More

Big and Bright Mars

On the morning of the TOTAL lunar eclipse, the Red Planet, Mars, lies relatively close to Earth and shines at magnitude -1.4. It will not shine this bright or be this large in appearance again until 2016. So, if you have a telescope set up for the eclipse, you’ll have plenty of time to steal … Read More


SO MUCH NEWS THIS WEEK! I have so much to tell you this week. So many exciting things are taking place! Many of you are familiar with the music that I have written and with my first album “FOREVER”. But, we have a special surprise in store for you! That’s right, be on the lookout … Read More

BRAND NEW SITE! “The Creation Club”

We are so excited to announce the release of a BRAND NEW website called THE CREATION CLUB. Please Click Here to visit our new site! “The Creation Club” provides a wealth of articles, videos, and photos from a very broad variety of authors from around the globe, while providing a platform for those with a … Read More

Mars in March

In mid to late March, the red planet Mars will get brighter and bigger in the night sky. ———————— March is still a good time to see the constellation of Orion and M42, the Orion Nebula. After March, the constellation will get lower and lower in the west, making it harder to see as the … Read More

Uranus – The Icy Giant | David Rives

In 1781, Sir William Herschel made a discovery that would change the astronomy of his day. For nearly a century, since Cassini’s discovery of 4 new moons around Saturn, no celestial bodies had been added to the solar system. Herschel’s find was not merely another planetary satellite, but another planet entirely. The planet Uranus. Uranus … Read More

The Cigar Galaxy

Pull out your stargazing equipment and see if you can catch some awesome views of M81 and Messier 82 AKA “The Cigar Galaxy”

Creation in the 21st Century with David Rives | “Astronomy Confirms A Young Universe” with guest Dr. Jason Lisle

Join David Rives in this power-packed episode as he welcomes Dr. Jason Lisle of the “Institute For Creation Research”. An astrophysicist by trade, Dr. Lisle shares compelling evidence that suggests a relatively young universe. You will not want to miss this show as Dr. Jason Lisle provides ammunition to combat the dangerous theories of cosmic … Read More