Wonderful Are His Works

Wonderful Are His Works. We are thankful for being able to see and record some of God’s wonderful works. While we have been without a telescope for 11 months, there have been opportunities to observe the moon, a comet, star patterns, and the brightest planets on repeated occasions with our… Continue reading

A Parable from Observing a Comet

A Parable from Observing a Comet. Comet Leonard is now (early December 2021) becoming more prominent in the pre-dawn sky. It reminded me of the principles of observing. An observing period is not like a quick review of a picture. Let me explain. We scheduled observations of the comet two… Continue reading

Spring Equinox Delight

The morning began with an interesting question from my Lovely, ” Do you know what ‘equinox’ means?” She had already looked it up and gave an answer as I was formulating one. I noticed the table had a binocular on it. She had “snuck out” in the night to take… Continue reading

A New Video on Observing from a Biblical View

How do you observe the world around you and why? It is the topic of the seventh video on our CreationStudyHelps YouTube Channel. We often ask young people with a very straight face, “Do you ever look at girls or boys who you like?” The faces tell you instantly that… Continue reading