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The Heavens Declare: Episode 1 – “The Starlight Travel Dilemma”

The Starlight Travel Dilemma
The Starlight Travel Dilemma
Item# VID-starlight_travel
$15.29

Description

This episode addresses the perceived problem of light travel of distant stars and how the universe can still be young. The experts introduce the idea of an expanding universe and the dynamics of the speed of light. They then delve into general relativity and present several creationist models for solving the light travel dilemma. Several experts also share how God could have used natural laws and supernatural processes during the creation week. Finally, there is a discussion on why the Biblical model is the only one that works with the evidence and makes science possible.



Format: DVD
Length: 45-50 Minutes
Ages: Teen-Adult
Published: 2015
Retail Price: $16.99

CHAPTERS
• Why believe in 6,000 years?
• The Starlight Travel Problem
• The Expanding Universe
• Is the Speed of Light Constant?
• Can We Travel Faster Than Light?
• Gravitational Time Dilatation
• General Relativity Gives Hints of Young Creation
• God Uses the Miraculous in Creation
• The A.S.C. Model
• Natural and Supernatural Creation Processes
• Christianity Makes Science Possible
• Why Does God Want Us to do Science?

FEATURED EXPERTS
• Dr. Danny Faulkner, Answers in Genesis
• Dr. Jason Lisle, Institute for Creation Research
• Dr. Russ Humpreys, Creation Research Society
• Dr. Don DeYoung, Grace College, CRS
• Spike Psarris

DVD BONUS FEATURES
• Behind the Scenes
• Outtake Reel
• Scientists Testimonies
• ASM DVD Previews/Trailers
• Interview with Kyle Justice

Accessories

The Heavens Declare: Episodes 1-3
Creation Astronomy
Creation Astronomy explains stellar phenomena and the contents of the Universe (from the level of elementary particles to the largest superclusters of galaxies) using the presupposition that the cosmos was created by God.

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