The current state of creation astronomy is reviewed. Creationists have usually followed three basic approaches in the field of astronomy: 1) criticism of the big bang, 2) the argument of design, and 3) arguments for a recent creation. Many arguments that recent creationists use are found to be rather dated. Many of these arguments are still valid, but must be continually updated to reflect new ideas and discoveries in the field. A new argument for a recent lunar origin is presented. Suggestions for future research are made.
Astronomy, cosmology, big bang, design, age of universe
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Faulkner, Danny R.
"The Current State of Creation Astronomy,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 4, Article 21.
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