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Design and Origins in Astronomy, Vol. 1

Design and Origins in Astronomy, Vol. 1
Item# BK-des_ast1


Edited by George Mulfinger

152 page paperback. 1996.

ISBN: 0-940384-03-5

This semi-technical book is suitable for highschool and above. It covers key topics in astronomy, such as the origin of the universe, redshift, shrinking Sun, solar neutrinos, and more.

These arguments, though older, remain valid and are of historical as well as scientific interest. Includes initial state of the universe, a thermodynamics approach, red shift, and creationist views concerning the origin of the universe—as well as a Scriptural framework for astronomy.


Volume 2
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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