This astronomy text, written from a Christian perspective, helps high school students to unlock the mysteries and wonders of the stars. Helpful review questions and suggested essays are also provided in the text. Help your high schoolers explore the stellar panoply—and discover how the stars originated, their magnitudes, and their divine purpose. Brimming with interesting facts, unique insights on how Christians should observe the constellations, and drawings and diagrams for greater understanding of the zodiac, this astronomy text features review questions, research projects, glossaries, and informative appendixes.
Previously published as The Heavens Declare.
|Suggested Grade: 9th - 12th
|Author: James D. Nickel
|Spiral-bound: 124 pages
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We firmly hold to the 6000 year old earth. On page 3, the idea of 6000 to 10000 years is introduced. On pages 3 and 4, Bizarre theories from Einstein and Setterfield are proposed as solutions for the "problem" of how light from distant stars traveled "billions of miles" in only "6000 to 10000" years. (The answer is simple, God is not bound by the laws of physics as we are - He simply created the light from those stars, however far away they really are, to be already here on day 4 of Creation.) We don't want this kind of science falsely-so-called in our home. We homeschool to guard against this type of error. Additionally, the New King James Bible is used, and we are sure that all modern versions are corrupted, and only the King James Bible is free from error.