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Author Faulkner, Danny R. (Danny Reed), 1954- author.

Title Created cosmos : what the bible reveals about astronomy / Danny R. Faulkner with Lee Anderson Jr.

Publication Info. Green Forest, AR : Master Books, 2016.

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Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 North Suburban PLD Loves Park Adult Non-Fiction - NSLY-11  523.8 FAU    AVAILABLE
Description 352 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical information and indexes.
Contents Part 1: Astronomical concepts in the Bible: what scripture plainly teaches about astronomy -- Biblical theology and the study of astronomy -- Biblical teachings about the heavens and the earth -- Biblical teachings about the sun the moon, and the stars -- Biblical teachings about the purpose of the heavenly bodies -- Biblical teachings about and warnings against astrology -- Part 2: Astronomical anomalies in the Bible: what scripture says about unusual astronomical events -- The unusual days of Joshua and Hezekiah -- The "Christmas Star" of Matthew 2 -- Astronomical aspects of Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday -- Astronomical aspects of prophetic literature and the end times -- Part 3: Astronomical questions and the Bible: how scripture confronts recent questions about astronomy -- Des the Bible teach the year was once 360 days long? -- Does the Bible refute the light-travel-time problem? -- Does the Bible address the idea of extraterrestrial life? -- Part 4: Astronomy and distortions of the Bible -- The errors of flat-earth cosmology and geocentrism -- The Gospel in the stars: introduction and alleged bias -- The Gospel in the stars: assumptions and some difficulties -- The Gospel in the stars: additional problems and conclusions.
Summary "A book such as this has not been written in more than a century! This text investigates what the Bible has to say about astronomical objects and phenomena. The Bible contains many mentions of astronomical things, beginning with creation, and concluding with end time prophecies. Besides the sun and moon, the Bible names groups of stars, Orion, the Pleiades, and the bears. In addition to what the biblical record shows about astronomical phenomena, many people think that it teaches things that it actually does not teach. These are examined in depth as well."--Amazon.com.
Subject Bible -- Astronomy.
Astronomy in the Bible.
Added Author Anderson, Lee, Jr., author.
ISBN 9780890519738 (hardcover)
0890519730 (hardcover)

 
    
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