Creation in the 21st Century with David Rives
Episode 6. “Astronomy Confirms A Young Universe” – With special guest Dr. Jason Lisle of The Institute For Creation Research.
First aired 2/12/2014
In this episode, Dr. Jason Lisle shares compelling evidence in the field of astronomy that suggests a relatively young universe.
Below are some resources that relate to the subject of this week’s episode of “Creation in the 21st Century” with Dr. Jason Lisle
Click Here to purchase Taking Back Astronomy Book
This wonderful book by Dr. Lisle covers important information known only to a few. Stunning photographs. Cutting-edge information. Awe-inspiring facts. “This book is meant to be…a starting point to a biblical view of the universe…. Who knows what amazing truths are waiting to be discovered if only the shackles of secular thinking are removed. Now is the time of discovery…” Take a breathtaking look at the universe in this comprehensive guide to the heavens! Sit back and explore the world at your fingertips in this book.
Click Here to purchase The Heavens Declare The Glory of God DVD
This exciting DVD from David Rives Ministries offers a compelling look at Astronomy from a Creationist’s view. David Rives delivers a compelling presentation based on scriptural references to astronomy. He shows how these references relate to creation, signs, seasons, and future prophetic events. Together with Biblical facts, scientific theory, a musical background and spectacular video graphics, this exciting and informative video production provides an unforgettable experience as we view the handiwork of our Creator.
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