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Distant Starlight

Distant Starlight
Item# VID-dist_star
$11.70

Description

Distant Starlight: Not a Problem for a Young Universe

Illustrated lecture by Dr. Jason Lisle
47 minutes (2005)
Jr. High–Adult.

The universe is estimated to contain over 100 billion galaxies, each one containing millions to trillions of stars. Some of these galaxies are so incredibly far away that it has supposedly taken many billions of years for their light to reach Earth. Yet, the Bible indicates a universe that is only thousands of years old. How does light from the most distant galaxies reach Earth within the biblical timescale? In this DVD, astrophysicist Dr. Jason Lisle (Ph.D, University of Colorado) shows that distant starlight in a young universe is not a problem for God. There are several different methods that God may have used.


About the Author: Dr. Jason Lisle is an astrophysicist currently working as a fulltime speaker and researcher for Answers in Genesis. He did his undergraduate work at the Ohio Wesley University with a double major in physics and astronomy and a minor in mathematics, and received a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado.

Accessories

Starlight and Time (book)
Starlight and Time (DVD)
Starlight, Time and the New Physics (book)
Starlight, Time and the New Physics (DVD)
Dismantling The Big Bang
Hubble, Bubble, the Big Bang in Trouble
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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