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Creation Astronomy

Creation Astronomy
Item# BK-cre_astrp
$18.95

Description

Creation Astronomy

by Jill Whitlock, and Felice Gerwitz
Newly revised 2003
K-12th grade
170 page paperback
Retail Price $18.95
ISBN 0-931941-07-6

Did you ever want to learn about the constellations? Here is the book to aid in your quest. The stars come alive as they give glory to God, the awesome creator!

This study guide is written for grades K-12 with lesson plans, ideas, experiments, and activities in each subject area. This unit features a 26 page teaching outline looking at the problems of the evolution model and scientific findings. It looks at the constellations from a Biblical perspective with the Gospel message in the stars. This book refutes the Big Bang Theory and gives some of its history and how it has changed over the years, especially since the Hubble telescope was repaired. Included are many evidences for a young solar system. There are star charts of the original 48 constellations with pictures and star formations. This book defines the original Hebrew and Greek meanings of the names of the stars. An exciting study guide for those who are interested in teaching Astronomy from a Creation perspective!

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Creation Astronomy
Creation Astronomy is the scientific study of matter in outer space with the goal of determining or measuring properties of distant objects, such as distances, positions, dimensions, distribution, magnitudes, motion, composition, physical condition, energy, evolution, and the causes of their various phenomena. Astronomers research the contents of the Universe from the level of elementary particles to the largest superclusters of galaxies. Creation Astronomers attempt to explain stellar phenomena from the presupposition that celestial bodies were created by God. Most creationists also draw from religious texts like the Bible for insight.

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