Mach’s Principle in General Relativity and Reduced Light Travel Times in Cavitated Cosmologies
We explore the effect of cosmic voids on the light-travel-time-problem (LTTP) in a young age creationist (YAC) cosmology.
A Review of Stellar Formation Theory
Here I review some of the naturalistic theories of how stars form. I discuss many topics never described in the creation literature before.
An Evaluation of Astronomical Young-Age Determination Methods I: The Solar System
Evaluating 25 astronomical arguments for recent origin for the solar system found some to be wanting and others appear to be sound.
The Case for Cosmological Redshifts
Many recent creationists appear to oppose the Hubble relation, the expansion of the universe, and/or cosmological redshifts of quasars.
Time Dilation Cosmological Models: Exegetical and Theological Considerations
In conjunction with efforts to resolve the light travel time problem, creationists have in recent decades proposed a variety of new cosmological models.
The Case for Dark Matter
We ought not to dismiss the observational science for dark matter over fears of the misuse of dark matter in historical science.
New Method to Assess the Luminosity Function of Galaxies
We find that small variations in galaxy density as a function of redshift do exist, and are not due to the Malmquist bias.
Thoughts on the rāqîa‘ and a Possible Explanation for the Cosmic Microwave Background
Dr. Danny Faulkner proposes that Genesis 1:1 is an introductory encapsulation that establishes a foundation for building a biblical model of astronomy.
Radioisotope Dating of Meteorites: V. Isochron Ages of Groups of Meteorites
This contribution is designed to document the radioisotope dating data for groups of chondrites, stony achondrites, pallasites and mesosiderites, and irons.
Speculation on Redshift in a Created Universe1
Dr. Hartnett speculates about the idea that what we observe in the universe is not in equilibrium; that is, the state of the universe is in a transient state.
Anomalies with Planets and Satellites in the Solar System—Indication of Design?
The evolutionary theory cannot explain certain aspects of solar system bodies. There have been few comprehensive proposals for a creationary model.
An Evaluation of Plasma Astronomy
Dr. Faulkner examines the claims of one proponent of plasma astronomy, Donald Scott.
Astronomical Distance Determination Methods and the Light Travel Time Problem
Some recent creationists have attempted to address the light travel time problem indirectly with an implied appeal to a small universe.
Evangelical Commentaries on the Days of Creation in Genesis One
This paper will evaluate and critique six commentaries and the reasons they give for not taking the days of creation literally.
Beyond Distant Starlight: Next Steps For Creationist Cosmology
On both large and small cosmic scales there is a diverse range of trends, patterns, and phenomena that beckon some kind of explanation.
Anisotropic Synchrony Convention—A Solution to the Distant Starlight Problem
Clear biblical teaching is that the universe is only a few thousand years old, so we should only be able to see objects within a radius of 6,000 light years.
A Brief History of Intolerance in Modern Cosmology
A review of some recent well-documented cases of intolerance in the cosmology field illustrates a common problem in science. Many relate to the Big Bang theory.
An Apology and Unification Theory for the Reconciliation of Physical Matter and Metaphysical Cognizance
Because one is tangible and the other intangible, the physical and metaphysical are generally treated separately. But this dichotomy is illogical.