It seems that all too frequently we read another exciting announcement that an extrasolar planet has been detected, one that … Continue reading Can Planets in the Habitable Zone Actually Support Life?
From Nathan in Newry, Northern Ireland A young-earth creationist pastor at one of the churches I regularly attend attacked my … Continue reading Q&A: Does the Moon’s Shallow Dust Layer Support a Young-Earth Model?
For 30 years, the prevailing model for the Moon’s formation has included a major collision. When a Mars-sized object, referred … Continue reading Isotopes Confirm Moon Impact Event
The list of fine-tuned “coincidences” required for our unique Moon’s formation appears to be growing. The creation implications of these … Continue reading Increasing Lunar Coincidences Lead to “Philosophical Disquiet”
Monday’s TNRTB discussed the fine-tuned features of Earth’s celestial companion: the Moon. Previous NASA missions and scientific research revealed the … Continue reading TNRTB Classic: Refocusing on the Moon
We had a rare opportunity to witness a solar eclipse on Sunday, May 20. Of course, looking directly into the … Continue reading Our Remarkable Moon
In part 1 of this series on the solar system’s youth I described the solar system’s exquisitely fine-tuned birthing experience. … Continue reading The Remarkable Design of the Solar System’s Turbulent Youth, Part 2