Dismantling the Big Bang: God's Universe Rediscovered

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New Leaf Publishing Group, Incorporated, Jul 1, 2005 - Religion - 334 pages
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The seemingly absurd idea that all matter, energy, space, and time once exploded from a point of extreme density has captured the imagination of scientists and laypersons for decades. The big bang has provided a central teaching for the eons of time of "cosmic evolution", undermining the history and cosmology of the Bible.

It is a theory that fails, even violating the very physical laws on which it is purportedly based.
In this easy-to-read format, authors Alex Williams and John Hartnett explode this naturalistic explanation for the universe, and show that the biblical model provides a far better explanation of our origins. This fully indexed, illustrated analysis of the big bang theory is an invaluable help in understanding and countering a world view that is as chaotic and destructive as its name implies.

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Clear explainations of what can be complex ideas

User Review  - Debbie from ChristFocus - Christianbook.com

"Dismantling the Big Bang" is an excellent book about the big bang, its problems, and other cosmological origins models (including young-age ones). Of the books I've read on this topic, these authors ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

Dr. John Hartnett is a physicist/cosmologist. He received both his B.Sc. (hons) and his Ph.D. with distinction from the Department of Physics at the University of Western Australia (UWA). He works with the Frequency Standards and Metrology research group, holding the rank of tenured Research Professor (the equivalent of Reader in the UK, would be Full Professor in the USA).

Alex Williams is a part-time science writer for Answers in Genesis. With a Master of Science degree in radioecology and a licentiate in theology, his career spans 26 years as a government botanist and 7 years in missionary work. He is married to Barbara and they reside in Beeliar, Western Australia.

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