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What you need to know about the James Webb Space Telescope
Will it really see the most distant galaxies? Do the quoted distances prove they are billions of years old?
by Joshua Howells and Mark Harwood
Christmas and Genesis connected by Apollo 8 Astronauts
On Christmas Eve, December 24, 1968, the crew of Apollo 8 read from the Genesis account of creation.
by Jim Mason
A lesson from Pluto
Going, going, gone! Lessons from a disappearing planet.
by Tas Walker
Distant starlight and the days of Genesis 1
How should we approach the distant starlight travel time issue? How do we argue against day-age theory?
by Shaun Doyle
Planetary system formation: exposing naturalistic storytelling
The naturalistic model to explain how stars formed shows fatal flaws when compared with the known laws of physics.
by John G. Hartnett
Vintage Journal: A galactocentric cosmology
What would we expect the universe to look like if we were near the centre?
by John Hartnett
Will Nibiru collide with Earth?
Yet another end-of-the-world scenario with lots of panic, but no substance.
by Gary Bates, Lita Cosner
Evolutionist debater fails to understand young-earth arguments
A young supporter asks some questions about young-earth evidence raised by an evolutionary debater. The response points out some of the evolutionist’s misunderstandings and even outright errors, and the role of axioms in the debate.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Will comet Elenin destroy us?
Simple physics shows that a comet as far away as Venus, and billions of times less massive, won’t be noticeable in the slightest.
by Dr Jonathan Sarfati
Confronted by the Second Law of Thermodynamics
How one man’s encounter with creation evangelism caused him to re-think his understanding of the world and led him to faith in Jesus Christ.
by Warren Nunn
Creation in-depth: Cosmic Microwave Background Conundrums
Unexpected features of the Cosmic Background Radiation are hard to explain in a big bang framework.
by John Hartnett
Origin of oxygen more complex than imagined
Contradictory observations mean more trouble for naturalistic theories but the problems disappear within a biblical perspective.
by Barry Tapp