Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Taking Back Astronomy

taking-backTaking Back Astronomy – The Heavens Declare Creation and Science Confirms It
Written by Jason Lisle
Published at MasterBooks

About the book

"This book is meant to be an introduction only—a starting point to a biblical view of the universe…. Who knows what amazing truths are waiting to be discovered if only the shackles of secular thinking are removed. Now is the time of discovery….”

Take a breathtaking look at the universe that is comprehensive guide to the heavens! Sit back and explore the world at your fingertips in this book which:

  • Explains the scale and size of the universe that is hard for our minds to imagine—yet can only indicate the Master’s hand at work.
  • Over 50 full-color, rarely seen photos of stars, nebulas, and galaxies.
  • Filled with facts that challenge secular theories and models of the universe—how it began and how it continues to amaze the scientific community.
  • Explores numerous evidences that point to a young universe: magnetic poles of planets, the spiral shape of galaxies, comets and how long scientists think they can last, and much more.
  • With a doctorate in astrophysics from the University of Colorado, Dr. Jason Lisle is your guide to the universe beyond our world in this remarkable book. Step out among the stars and experience the truly awesome power of God through this glimpse of His vast creation.

    My Thoughts

    If you love watching the stars and discovering how God created them, you will enjoy reading this book.   It has only five chapters but let me tell you that the information that you will find in it will satisfy you curiosity.

    Throughout the book,  you will find breathtaking pictures that will illustrate the creativity of our God through the WHOLE universe.    Information about the various nebulas, galaxies and more is provided as well.   

    The universe is HUGE and this book will explain the scale and size of it as well as give you interesting facts about the various theories out there.  

    As much as I would like my kids to read this book right now, they are too young.   I would recommend this book for high school students who are interested in astronomy.   Not everyone will be taken by this book but it contains solid information that any Christian interested in astronomy should read.

    Disclaimer: Thanks to MasterBooks for sending me the featured product for review purpose. I was not monetarily compensated for this review. Please note that the review was not influenced by the sponsor in any way.  All opinions expressed here are only my own.

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