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Is big bang theory scientific?
Big bang theory only appears to be scientific because people are exposed only to the evidence that appears to support it.
by Dominic Statham
Creation argument against the big bang no longer sustainable—CMB shadows and galaxy clusters
Creationists should now avoid using this argument.
by John G. Hartnett
Mars moons mystery
How did Phobos and Deimos come to be so close to the red planet?
by David Catchpoole
Cosmology’s fatal weakness—underdetermination
Is the physical data enough to justify any cosmological theory?
by John Hartnett
We are less than dust
Everything we see is mostly made up of empty space
by Robert Carter
Big bang universe “should not actually exist”
In theory, we shouldn’t be here.
by Jonathan Sarfati
The satellites of Pluto
Can naturalistic theories explain their origin and properties?
by Wayne Spencer
Multiverses: No help for evolution
It’s an ‘out there’ concept that doesn’t help to explain why we are down here.
by Jake Hebert
How did the Solar System form?
The results of a computer analysis to investigate how the solar system might have formed should cause evolutionists to think again about naturalistic processes.
by John Hartnett
The universe of the lone brain
In wrestling with the overwhelming evidence of design around us, atheists propose explanations somewhere beyond this world; even in imagined other universes.
by Paul Price
Can Christians add the big bang to the Bible?
God tells us in Genesis how and when He created the heavens and the earth. It wasn’t by means of a bang no matter how big.
by Russell Grigg
Saturnian ‘pristine’ problem
The evolutionary timeline has a problem: Saturn’s icy rings are too ‘pristine’.
by David Catchpoole