A team of 10 Chinese astronomers recently announced the first-ever discovery of a supermassive black hole binary.1 They found the … Continue reading What Does the Discovery of a Supermassive Black Hole Binary Mean for Creationism?
On February 11, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) research team announced that they had discovered gravitational waves.1 This remarkable … Continue reading How Gravitational Waves Help Explain the Universe’s History
When addressing whether God is needed to create the universe, Dr. Mir Faizal made this comment in the British news … Continue reading Does a Universe from Nothing Mean There Is No God?
In 1964, two scientists serendipitously found a critical feature of our universe: the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMB). This discovery … Continue reading Rethinking the Latest Evidence for Inflation
A remarkable correspondence exists between inflationary big bang cosmology and the Bible’s accounts of the universe’s origin. Both describe a … Continue reading A Response to Four Young-Earth Objections to Inflation
Beginning in the early 1980s, scientists started developing inflationary models to solve problems in standard big bang cosmology. Since then, … Continue reading Inflation’s Smoking Gun
Guest writer Melissa concludes her review of Dr. Gerald Rau’s Mapping the Origins Debate with a critique of several points … Continue reading Book Review: Dr. Gerald Rau’s Mapping the Origins Debate, Part 2
In this two-part series, guest writer Melissa Cain Travis reviews Mapping the Origins Debate, Dr. Gerald Rau’s attempt to help … Continue reading Book Review: Dr. Gerald Rau’s Mapping the Origins Debate, Part 1
In his latest book, A Universe from Nothing, famed astrophysicist Lawrence M. Krauss claims to have shown why the latest … Continue reading Universe from Nothing?: A Critique of Lawrence Krauss’ Book, Part 2
In his latest book, A Universe from Nothing, famed astrophysicist Lawrence M. Krauss claims to have shown why the latest … Continue reading Universe from Nothing?: A Critique of Krauss’ New Book, Part 1