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Solid Dome

Is it true that the ancient Hebrews had a naïve view of the physical world, with a solid, hemispherical dome or vault that rested upon mountains or pillars that stood along the outermost perimeter of a circular, flat disk—the earth? Did they believe the dome also possessed windows or gates through which celestial waters (“waters above the firmament”) could, upon occasion, pass? Read this article for an in depth analysis of the history of this perception of ancient Hebrew cosmology and to see if it is truly presented in the Biblical text: https://www.grisda.org/myth-of-the-solid-heavenly-dome

Ronny Nalin - Is the Earth Special?

The search for extraterrestrial life is a fascinating enterprise that has spurred the birth of a dedicated line of scientific inquiry, known as astrobiology. Yet, at present, the earth remains the only…

Alexey Popov - Origin of the Universe: Chance or Intelligent Design?

The questions about the origin of the Universe are discussed in this talk. Special attention is paid to the fine tuning of the Universe which made possible the existence of the complex systems and, especially,…

Design in the Universe

Interested in learning more about the strengths of design arguments, as well as some cautions? This article will provide valuable perspectives: https://www.grisda.org/design-in-the-physical-universe-1

Theology and Creationism

If I accept a creationist worldview, what are some implications on my understanding of God and His action in nature? Learn more about some basic theological tenets of creationism in this article: https://www.grisda.org/creationism-contrastive-perspectives-and-values-1

Theory of the Universe

Learn more about theories on the origin of the universe, at http://bit.ly/theory_universe

Genesis Account of Origins

Dig deeper on the richness of information and meaning provided in the Genesis account of origins: https://www.grisda.org/the-genesis-account-of-origins

Solid Dome

Is it true that the ancient Hebrews had a naïve view of the physical world, with a solid, hemispherical dome or vault that rested upon mountains or pillars that stood along the outermost perimeter of a…

Clash of Ideas, Episode 1

This episode unfolds at the foothills of the Italian Alps, between Venice and Padova. It was here that Galileo Galilei broke the Aristotelian distinction between perfect heavenly bodies and imperfect Earth.…

Thinking Creation - 05 - God And Nature

This episode discusses the relationship between the Creator and His creation. How does the biblical perspective that God is both the Creator and Sustainer of nature inform understanding of the regular…

Thinking Creation - 06 - God And The Big Bang

Big bang cosmology is the most widely accepted scientific understanding of how the universe came into being. This view is remarkably consistent with the biblical record of history. Crucially, both views…