Design and Origins in Astronomy, Vol 2

Edited by Don B. DeYoung and Emmett L. Williams. 2002. Creation Research Society Books. 161 pages.

This is a sequel to our earlier volume of the same title. Key articles from the CRS Quarterly have been gathered together into one volume. This book is not meant to be an exhaustive treatment of creationist astronomy, but is rather a sampling of important subjects. Topics covered include:

* pioneer creationist astronomers * the sun's age * craters in Arizona and on the moon * lunar and solar eclipses * planets and magnetism * speed of light studies * stellar evolution * the destiny of comets * mysterious dark matter