Current Events in Creation Astronomy – Dr. Don DeYoung

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School Presentation by Dr. Don DeYoung
Cedar Park Christian School, Mountlake Terrace WA
October 14, 2016

Astronomy provides students with an opportunity to see parts of God’s creation only now visible due to technological advacements. This presentation will provide an introduction to creation astronomy and includes current events, such as the new Pluto research, life in space, moon recession and the 2017 solar eclipse.

About the Speaker: Donald DeYoung is an avid creation scientist and educator specializing in astronomy and physics. He chairs the Department of Science and Mathematics at Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana. Don has taught at Grace College since 1972. Dr. DeYoung is the current president of the Creation Research Society (https://www.creationresearch.org/) and is the author of seventeen books.

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We apologize for the sound distortion. This seminar was recorded during a school chapel program at Cedar Park Christian School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington (http://www.cpcsschools.com/mountlaket…).

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