Is Astronomy a Waste of Money?

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This Month on the Creation Astronomy Now Podcast, Vinnie and Joe discuss their recent mission trip to South Dakota, updating the Creation Astronomy Now website, and whether or not Astronomy is a waste of time and money. Later they’re joined by David Rives from David Rives Ministries to discuss astronomy (what else?) and the new Creation Network. Download Podcast Episode (.mp3) Enjoy the Creation Astronomy Now podcast? Be sure to Subscribe on iTunes! Podcast Notes … Read more

Pluto gets a photo-shoot! – Episode #3

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Pluto gets a Photo-Shoot We announce the change from a weekly to monthly podcast, Kepler finds a new exoplanet, SETI gets a raise, Pictures of Pluto change the world, and we’re going on an adventure next month! Got questions about Astronomy and the Bible you’d like answered on the podcast? Send them to us at questions@creationastronomynow.com! Download Podcast (.mp3) Links -Danny Faulkner’s Article: https://answersingenesis.org/astronomy/solar-system/plutos-surface-is-young/ -Sky & Telescope: http://www.skyandtelescope.com/astronomy-news/kepler-discovers-earths-closest-cousin-yet-0723201545/ -The Planetary Society: http://www.planetary.org/blogs/emily-lakdawalla/2015/07151720-first-look-at-new-horizons-pluto-charon.html

Lunar Design

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The moon is our nearest neighbor in space and currently the only object outside of earth that mankind has ever set foot on. Because of its relatively short distance from us, we probably know more about the moon than any other object in the universe. Today evolutionary scientists debate over how the moon formed. Their theories for the moon’s origin have ranged from a random space rock that was captured by Earth’s gravity, to part … Read more

Top 5 of the first 25 Episodes

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We made it–it’s the 25th episode! In this episode we celebrate the milestone by going over our top 5 favorite episodes so far. Creation Astronomy Now Podcast Episode #25 The Creation Astronomy Now Podcast is a semi-monthly podcast from Creation Astronomy Now; an unregistered non-profit organization dedicated to spreading the truth of intelligent design in the universe, as well as giving creation astronomers a better alternative to the evolutionary astronomical News and updates proved by … Read more

Video: Back to School with Jake Doberenz

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Back to School season is upon us again! In this episode of the Creation Astronomy Now podcast, Vinnie and Joe talk with Jake Doberenz from Creationist Company about getting through public school as a Christian. VinSense Episode #3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHB0SJn6upc Creationist Company is a ministry that is proud to defend Christianity, show evidence against evolution, help kids grow in their faith and expectations, and teach everyone about the Truth of God. Articles, stories, videos and more … Read more

What You Aren’t Being Told About Astronomy, Volume I – Review

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Recently I got my hands on what could possibly be the most awesome Creation Astronomy Dvd that I’ve ever watched. ‘What you aren’t Being told about Astronomy is a Dvd series by Spike Psarris. The first volume in the series covers the solar system*. Spke Psarris was previously an engineer in the United States’ military space program. He entered that program as an atheist and an evolutionist. He left it as a creationist and a … Read more

Creationist Journalism in an Evolutionary World

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As a lot of you know, I’ve been researching and writing on Creation Astronomy Now for the past 6 months, and here recently I’ve started writing for Creationist Company. I’ve learned a lot in that time about blogging. While a lot of people in the online communities and social networks have been decent, I have also experienced a lot of trials and persecution. Part of the persecution I’ve seen has been: disregard in the scientific community, the pain of researching with evolutionary sources, and the occasional attacks that I receive from Atheists. Read More>>

NASA’s Purpose Disclosed

From Vinnie’s Blog Some people get annoyed with me for my disapproval of NASA’s Space Exploration budget. Not because I don’t believe we shouldn’t be exploring the cosmos the cosmos, but rather because of the way they do it, and the objective they have behind exploring it. Mission after mission is sent to Mars spending billions of dollars to search the red planet for some sign of life. SETI spends millions every year searching for … Read more