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The Young Universe of the Bible and Astronomy

The following links document the arguments for a 6,000-year old universe in light of physics and astronomy. Some of the articles are technical (meaning lots of equations), but most are not.


The Gospel in a Tulip by G. Bouw
Until the Renaissance, science consisted of studying the wonders of creation in the context of how they manifested the handiwork of their Creator. This ancient approach is reflected in this paper.
N.B., this has nothing to do with Calvinism's TULIP.

A Brief Intro. to the History of Evolution by Gerardus D. Bouw, Ph.D.
Four thousands of years the Babylonian superstition we now call "evolution" found refuge only in the occult teachings of sociology. Dr. Bouw exposes what happened to draw evolution from sociology that elevated both evolution and sociology to the status of "science" as per
I Timothy 6:20.

Some Notes on Creationism Prepared by G. Bouw for Evolution classes.
A short introduction to creationism, who are creationists, myths about creationists, predictions made by creation science, evidences for a young creation, and a chart of out-of-place fossils in the geologic column.

Racism in Evolution by the Kramers.
Demonstrating from history that evolution was, and still is, racist to the core.

Open Systems and Entropy
Proves rigorously that open systems do not allow for the decrease in entropy needed for life to evolve from any "primordial" state, be it an open system or a closed system. The paper also introduces the reader to the origin of Murphy's Law.

Entropy and the Human Situation
After a brief introduction to entropy, the paper focuses on entropy in economics. In that section we find why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer, namely, because of interest, that is, usury. In the last section we introduce the effect of entropy on population, but the topic is not developed until the next paper, namely,

Entropy and the New World Order
This paper shows that a humanistic government violates the second law of thermodynamics and must collapse on itself with the most likely scenario that 39% of the world's resources and population will be destroyed each time it is attemped.