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Stars
Stars have an amazing variety, and pose problems for evolutionary views of their origin.
by Jonathan Sarfati
Did life come from outer space?
Some evolutionists are admitting that it’s just impossible for life to have begun from nothing, on Earth. So they’re asking…
by Russell Grigg
Creation for Kids: Twinkling stars
God created a great variety of stars—many sizes and colours—which could not have formed naturally.
by Jonathan Sarfati and Lita Cosner
Genesis: God’s account of how He created
God, not the big bang, created the vast universe in six 24-hour days about 6,000 Earth years ago. Earth is an ideal home for us, and a great observatory of the universe.
by Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
The Fermi Paradox
According to evolutionists, the universe should be teeming with life … but they just can’t find any.
by Gary Bates
The Universe: A huge place!
God made a huge universe. Ancient astronomers worked out the size of the Earth, and showed from parallax that it was tiny compared to distances to stars.
by Lita Cosner and Jonathan Sarfati
The mind of God and the ‘big bang’
Classic article refuting the big bang re-posted after 30 years, with lots of updates but not corrections. The updates reinforce the claims of the originals.
by Russell Grigg
Light-travel time: a problem for the big bang
The vast distances of space prove to be a huge problem for an evolutionary view of the universe.
by Jason Lisle
Did Earth’s axial tilt originate at Noah’s Flood?
The earth’s axial tilt is a deliberate design feature, not a mere accidental happenstance.
by Scot Devlin
Remarkable evidence
There is increasing evidence of the remarkable stability of our solar system. Other star systems in the Milky Way appear much more chaotic.
by Andrew Sibley
Attempted rescue of the impact model for the origin of the moon
Does it solve the problems for a naturalistic origin for the moon?
by Michael J. Oard
The implications of Chaos Theory for understanding creation
What implications does chaos theory have for our understanding of creation?
by Andrew Sibley