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Solar system origin: Nebular hypothesis
Naturalism has many problems in explaining both stars and any planets around them.
by Jonathan Sarfati
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
How can distant starlight reach us in just 6,000 years?
Creationists have more in their armoury now to deal with that question than ever before—while the problems for long-age evolutionists just get worse.
by Mark Harwood
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
Does the Bible really describe expansion of the universe?
What does ‘stretching out the heavens like a tent’ mean?
by John Hartnett
Is there definitive evidence for an expanding universe?
Some big bang cosmologists end up with the conclusion they want to find simply by turning the evolution knob.
by John Hartnett
Multiverse theory—unknown science or illogical raison d’être?
A New Scientist columnist uses her own religious ideas to deny the existence of God, and then claims that it’s science.
by Gary Bates
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
The Galileo ‘twist’
Are historical mistakes being repeated today? And who’s making them?
by Russell Grigg
Curiosity: Did God create the universe?
Is Stephen Hawking right in claiming a universe could create itself?
by Russell Grigg
Jupiter: King of the planets and testament to our Creator
This beautiful giant planet baffles evolutionary astronomers.
by Spike Psarris
Mercury—the tiny planet that causes big problems for evolution
Mercury—the tiny planet that causes big problems for evolution
by Spike Psarris