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Universe by Design

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By Danny Faulkner
143 pages. paperback.
ISBN 0-89051-415-1

Universe by Design would be an excellent supplement to any home school curriculum.

And God said, “Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years:…and God saw that it was good. -Gen. 1:14-18

The universe was created with purpose and reason; and modern science with all of its experiments, exploration, and sophistication has never proven otherwise. In fact, as author Dr. Danny Faulkner makes plain, advanced science argues more for a created cosmology than a big bang. Written for the upper-level student through the well-read layman, Universe by Design explores the universe, explaining its origins and discussing the historical development of cosmology from a creationist viewpoint.

Some astronomers look at the stars and planets through a telescope. Author Danny Faulkner views them through a biblical perspective in this unique book. Written for the well-read layman from high school through adult, Universe by Design explores and explains the historical development of this science, including current ideas in the field. From a creationist standpoint, Faulkner also addresses common misconceptions, difficulties, and critiques about relativity and cosmology. This book would be an excellent supplement to any home school curriculum.

• Recent developments in cosmology
• Explanatory diagrams and illustrations
• Theories and facts on the origin and expansion of the universe
• The contributions of Ptolemy, Galileo, Brahe, Newton, Hubble, Einstein, and other famous scientists to the field
• Thorough discussion and problems with the big bang theory
• Many examples and analogies to help understand concepts of cosmology
• Difficulties and critiques of modern cosmology
• Chapter questions and answers for homeschool study