Our Created Stars and Galaxies
The universe is filled with billions of galaxies, each with billions of stars. How did they form? All theories of star formation require dust made of elements heavier than hydrogen and helium. But those elements can only be formed within the fusion furnaces of stars.
So how did the first stars form? Evolutionists claim the universe is many billions of years old, but spiral galaxies should wind up with a few million years.
So, why are they so many spiral galaxies? And did you know that the formation of galaxies and large-scale structures remains ‘TMIUPIMA’, “The Most Important Unsolved Mystery in Modern Astrophysics.”
For two weeks we will examine these and more problems with the evolutionary explanation of stars and galaxies. Join us for Our Created Stars and Galaxies on Tuesday nights at Sticky Fingers on Woodruff Rd.
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