Distant Starlight: Does it Disprove Biblical Creation? – Spike Psarris

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Multimedia Presentation by Apologetics Symposium Cedar Park Church, Bothell WA November 1st, 2017 We see stars and galaxies that are so far away, it seems that their light would need a long time to get here—in some cases, up to billions of years. Doesn’t this disprove the book of Genesis, which says that the heavens and Earth were created merely thousands of years ago? No, it doesn’t. In this talk, Spike Psarris will discuss the ”LTT” (light travel time) issue, showing how this seemingly straightforward question relies on multiple assumptions being true—and at least some of them are false. Furthermore, it is not Biblical Creation which is disproved by distant starlight. It turns out that the Big Bang model has a fatal LTT problem of its own. The vastness of the cosmos does not disprove the Bible. Instead, it supports the glory of our Creator. About the Speaker: Spike Psarris is a former engineer in the U.S. military space program. He entered that program as an atheist and an evolutionist. He left it as a creationist and a Christian. Spike now writes and speaks on Biblical creation. He has published six articles in Creation magazine, one in CMI’s Technical Journal, and is the author of the DVD series, “What you aren’t being told about astronomy” (http://www.creationastronomy.com/)

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