TCA Lesson 039: The Case for Cosmological Redshifts

May 10, 2018 | Creation, Podcast

In a recent paper, Dr. Danny Faulkner has made the case for cosmological redshifts. While many young age creationists have argued that redshift (with respect to quasars, especially) can be reduced to Doppler phenomena, Faulkner believes this contention to be in error for numerous reasons—not the least of which is the potential denial of general relativity. In this lesson, we explore his paper and present the case for cosmological redshifts.

In this lesson, you’ll learn:

  1. Why, as creationists, we should strive to maintain integrity.
  2. What the Hubble Relation is and why the universe is, in fact, expanding.
  3. The important evidence that suggests quasar redshifts are not local, but cosmological.

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