Astronomy and Creation, An Introduction

Donald B. DeYoung. 1995. Creation Research Society, 59 pages.

This book is the first in a series of short introductory readers published by the Creation Research Society. The heavens (as well as the earth itself) declare the clear message of creation. The vast distances and numberless stars of deep space are simply beyond our comprehension. Among all the sciences, surely astronomy is the best teacher of humility. What then do the heaves teach us from a creation perspective? This book considers five particular areas: origins, order, structure, time scale, and change. The reader will find this treatment of 'outer space' to be a refreshing alternative to much of today's scientific thinking.