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You Can Be a star on “Creation In The 21st Century”

Hello friends, I recently returned from an amazing week in Dallas, Texas where I taped 12 new episodes of Creation in the 21st Century on topics ranging from thorns found in the fossil record to the writings of Moses and the fact that Jesus referenced Moses saying: “…he wrote of me…” Do you want to … Read More

The Pleiades: Seven Sisters | David Rives

Everyone’s familiar with the Trojan horse, but you might be asking: “what does the Trojan horse have to do with astronomy”. Well, Virgil wrote of the Trojan horse and the Trojan wars and Homer did also, in 750 B.C., in the Iliad and Odyssey. Both Homer and Virgil also wrote of the Pleiades or the … Read More

The Crab Nebula | David Rives

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 moderately … Read More

What is a Black Hole? | David Rives

How do you detect something out in space that’s invisible? Well, you observe how the objects near it behave. This gives you clues about the nature of the invisible body. And that’s exactly how scientists have discovered and described black holes. Black holes are not visible through standard technology or telescopes, even though they’ve been … Read More

Spiral Galaxies and a Young Universe | David Rives

The Bible tells us that “the heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament shows His handiwork.” Astronomy is one of my passions. I love looking through telescopes and seeing the incredible and beautiful things God has made and placed throughout the universe for His glory. Researchers estimate there are at least 170 billion … Read More

A Star Is Born | David Rives

The common idea of stellar nurseries, claims that stars are born into existence as nebulous areas of space contract, forming a dense ball of gas. It sounds like a plausible explanation for the origin of stars in the universe. However, one big problem with this theory is that while we HAVE seen stars DESTROYED when … Read More

Gas In A Vacuum | David Rives

One theory of cosmic evolution is that after a Big Bang, 14 Billion Years ago, gas in the vacuum of space started contracting, eventually becoming so tight that it formed stars. It’s claimed that this happened trillions upon trillions of times to create the populated Universe we see today. However, we’ve never had ONE confirmed, … Read More