Can the Creation Account in Genesis 1-2 ever be reconciled with Science?
To everyone who looks to the sky and asks,
“Who?” and “How?” and “Why?” And “When?“
And perhaps more often than not, “Why am I living?”
Just about everybody has an opinion about how God made the universe. But chances are, there’s a good possibility that somewhere along the line, somebody’s going to tell you, “Yes, it’s okay to believe the Bible by faith, but there’s no way to reconcile the Creation Week claims of Genesis with what anybody can see for themselves with a reasonably good telescope set up in my backyard…”
Barry John Setterfield begs to differ. A while ago, he produced a mganum opus entitled Cosmology and the Zero Point Energy. It was published by the Natural Philosophy Alliance as a monograph in 2013. It’s nearly 460 pages of small print, published on 8.5×11″ paper.
This exhaustive work contains everything you need to know on the hard science of just how God could make a universe in about a week, dilating time and space as he stretched out the heavens, resulting in the universe as we see it today.
Now, through special arrangement with Barry Setterfield himself, who owns the copyright, we have been enabled to bring you his complete work—all 462 pages of it—as a comprehensive PDF file.
If you’re looking for hard science as a means to reconcile Genesis 1-2’s Creation Account with the realities of what you see when you look at the heavens, this is the book for you.
Be warned, though. Barry Setterfield’s sophisticated equations are not for the faint of heart. So put on your thinking cap, break out your Bible, and break open Cosmology and the Zero Point Energy. And be prepared to have your world turned upside down.
pages: 462 pages