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How many impact craters should there be on the earth?
Does the moon give us enough clues to estimate how many asteroids impacted the earth.
by Michael J. Oard
Confusion over moon origins
Evolutionists continue to wrestle with just how our nearest lunar neighbour was formed … and their explanations are unsatisfactory.
by Michael J. Oard
How a stunning astronomical event bears witness to the Creator.
by Lita Sanders
Rediscovering Pluto
Fresh images of this dwarf planet’s geology are exciting and point to its young age.
by Wayne Spencer
How good is our neighbourhood!
Humans occupy a unique place in the universe that evolutionists cannot adequately explain.
by Mark Harwood
The New Pluto
As scientists digest information from Pluto, it’s obvious the planet is young and defies long-age expectations.
by David Coppedge
Stars have an amazing variety, and pose problems for evolutionary views of their origin.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Mercury: more marks of youth
Creationist predictions confirmed, evolutionist predictions confounded by Messenger spacecraft orbiting Mercury.
by Andrew Lamb
Moon madness
How old is the moon? Here are five uniformitarian ‘measures’, that by any measure, expose the contradictions in the billions of years lunar ‘dating’
by Don Batten
Asteroid’s awkward age anomaly
The cratering pattern on the asteroid Vesta presents a ‘dating’ conundrum.
by David Coppedge
Created to be inhabited
An amazing number of special conditions have come together on Earth making it incredibily suitable for life.
by Mark Harwood
Young Saturn
Cassini space probe destroys billion-year beliefs
by David Coppedge