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Introduction Lesson 2
What is astronomy? Lesson 3
How big is the universe? Lesson 4
The origin of the universe Lesson 5
Watching the sky Lesson 6
Why did God create the heavenly bodies? Lesson 7
Space exploration Lesson 8
A Tour of the Solar System Lesson 9
A Tour of the Solar System—The Sun and the Moon Lesson 10
Stars and galaxies Lesson 11
Cosmic Catastrophes Lesson 12
Catastrophes in the Solar System Lesson 13
Are there other planets in the Solar System?
The Astronomy Book by Dr Jonathan Henry Lesson 4
The origin of the universe
The Astronomy Book Text:
Psalm 33 (memorize verse 6)
Genesis 1 Vocabulary Words
Use the glossary (pp. 77-78) to define the vocabulary words.
Discuss the scientific and Biblical problems with accepting cosmic evolution.
When did God make moons and planets?
Is the 'Solar System' mentioned in the Bible?
Which aspects of astronomy fall under the realm of 'operational science'? Which come under 'origins science'? (See
Naturalism, Origin and Operation Science for more information.) Discuss the Biblical and scientific problems with the 'big bang' idea. (See 'What are some problems with the "big bang" theory?' under
Q&A: Astronomy for more information.) Additional information:
The Astronomy Book mentions a phenomenon called 'red shift' but doesn't (at this point) discuss it. For more information on 'red shift', see these articles:
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