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Category: Age of the Universe

  • How Old Is Our Planet?

    by Henry Morris III, D.Min. The age of the earth is hotly debated among Christians today. This issue is not really whether God created Adam but whether our planet is as old as most secular scientists insist. The conflict is … Continue reading

  • Changing Stories at Saturn and Titan

    By David Coppedge News from the ringed planet and its largest moon shows scientists can’t keep their stories straight when trying to keep Saturn billions of years old. Saturn News Age of the rings:  First they were old, then they … Continue reading

  • Best Creation News of 2013: Astronomy

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. This year science has challenged the popular idea that the universe developed all by itself over billions of years. Astronomical discoveries from 2013 confirm creation—starting with the moon and reaching to the farthest galaxies. If the … Continue reading

  • Mercury: more marks of youth

    by Andrew Lamb In 2011 the Messenger spacecraft began orbiting Mercury, using its suite of sensors to study Mercury’s chemistry, magnetism, atmosphere, geology and landscape. Being the closest planet to the Sun, Mercury is subject to space weathering (heating, micrometeoroid bombardment, radiation, and … Continue reading

  • The Solar System: Jupiter

    by Jason Lisle, Ph.D. The planet Jupiter is a wonderful example of the creativity of the Lord. It is remarkably different from the worlds we have examined previously in this Impact series. Jupiter does not possess a solid surface but … Continue reading

  • Star Formation and Genesis Chapter One

    by James Stambaugh (This article has been reproduced with permission from ICR. The original article can be found here.) Most astronomers accept the idea that stars form by gravitational collapse of a cloud of gas and dust, and that this process takes … Continue reading

  • Secrets from the Most Distant Galaxy

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. An international team recently announced discovery of a new record for the most distant galaxy and claimed they were viewing this galaxy at “an epoch only 700 million years after the Big Bang.”1 However, the leap from … Continue reading

  • Impact Theory of Moon’s Origin Fails

    by Brian Thomas, M.S. Secular scientists used to regard the planetary collision theory as a triumph in explaining several of the moon’s specific arrangements. But newfound facts severely debilitate this lunar impact origins theory. According to this new theory, an … Continue reading

  • Cosmic Whacks as Creative Forces

    By David Coppedge Asteroid impacts are some astronomers’ answer to everything, except when they are shown to be unworkable. Titan as a billiard fusion:  Most collisions break things up and send pieces scattering, but a new theory proposes that Saturn’s … Continue reading

  • Letting Science ‘Interpret’ Scripture Is Slippery Slope, Says Young Earth/Universe Creationist

    CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – A “young earth” creationist, who also believes the universe is much younger than many astronomers calculate, says once people begin to rely on science rather than the Bible to answer questions about our origin, even for … Continue reading

  • Was Earth Like Io?

    By David Coppedge It apparently solves an old problem to propose that the early Earth was busting out all over with volcanoes, like Jupiter’s moon Io. New Scientist recalled the shock of discovering an active world in the solar system.  It … Continue reading

  • Moon madness

    Spurious billions-of-years lunar ‘ages’ by Don Batten How old is our moon? Actually, no-one can ‘measure’ the moon’s age. However, the usual assumption is uniformitarianism, i.e. that ‘the present is the key to the past’ (the view of the Bible skeptics in 2 … Continue reading

  • William Lane Craig’s intellectually dishonest attack on biblical creationists

    by Jonathan Sarfati William Lane Craig (1949– ) is a well-known Christian apologist, with earned doctorates in both philosophy and New Testament studies. He has written over 30 books, and is a very skilled debater, with one atheist admitting: As far … Continue reading

  • Cosmos Does Not Look Evolutionary

    By David Coppedge Evidence continues to mount that the universe and its contents appeared mature from the beginning. Surprising abrupt diversity near the start:  Galaxies were diverse, like those seen today, for most of the universe’s history, Space.com reported.  A new Hubble … Continue reading

  • Express-Lane Magma Indicates Young Earth

    by Tim Clarey, Ph.D. Magma can really make tracks according to a recent study published in Nature that has significantly upped the perceived speed limit of magma movement in the earth.1 Philipp Ruprecht and Terry Plank examined rocks generated from the most recent, … Continue reading

  • Mars Panspermia a Sign of Desperation

    By David Coppedge A second article proposes life began on Mars, prompting some observers to point out the failures of naturalistic origin-of-life theories. After Steven Benner proposed Mars for the origin of ribose last month (“You Are Not a Martian,” 8/28/13), … Continue reading

  • Common ground with old-earth creationists?

    F.M. from the United States writes: Hi CMI, Even though I disagree with your argument that dinosaurs lived together with Human at one point, I still find it intriguing because although I am an OEC [old-earth creationist], I think it … Continue reading

  • You Are Not a Martian

    By David Coppedge Every once in awhile, someone “suggests” that life began on Mars, not Earth.  Here it comes again from someone who knows better. The hard facts of chemistry are driving Dr. Steven Benner to desperation.  He knows that … Continue reading

  • Scientists Dodge Youthfulness of Saturn Moon Titan

    By David Coppedge Like Enceladus, Saturn’s moon Titan shows multiple signs of being far less than 4.5 billion years old – yet the press releases are strangely silent about the implications. As we showed recently with Enceladus (8/7/13), planetary scientists … Continue reading

  • The Asteroid Vesta—‘old’ yet ‘young’!

    by David Coppedge NASA’s robotic spacecraft ‘Dawn’, launched in 2007 to go to the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, has now orbited around Vesta—second largest of the asteroids. And it’s sent back eye-popping photos and other data that have shocked … Continue reading