Awesome Science Media Presents: Challenges to the Big Bang Episode 2
This episode introduces scientific challenges to the Big Bang theory. The experts address the suggestion by Christians that God could have used the Big Bang and why there are many reasons to reject that idea. They finish off the episode by talking about why the Biblical model works better with the evidence and how we can reconcile science with the Bible.
1. What is the Big Bang? 2. Main Assumptions of the Big Bang 3. Could God Have Used the Big Bang? 4. Why Was The Big Bang Proposed? 5. Where Did The Energy Come From? 6. Why Is There Cosmic Background Radiation? 7. How the Horizon Problem Challenges the Big Bang 8. The Matter and Anti-Matter Challenge 9. The Challenges with Galaxies Forming in Big Bang 10. The Big Bang Challenged by Rotating Galaxies 11. Grasping to Save the Big Bang Theory 12. End of the Universe in the Big Bang 13. Why the Biblical Model Works Better 14. Reconciling Science and the Bible
1. Dr. Danny Faulkner, Answers in Genesis 2. Dr. Jason Lisle, Institute for Creation Research 3. Dr. Russ Humpreys, Creation Research Society 4. Dr. Don DeYoung, Grace College, CRS 5. Spike Psarris
• Behind the Scenes • Outtake Reel • Scientists Testimonies • ASM DVD Previews/Trailers • Interview with Kyle Justice • Vision for the series • Contacting the Scientists • Planning out the series • Shooting the interviews • Writing the episodes • Shooting Host Segments • Editing • Graphics • Episode Specific • Conclusion
In this video series, leading creation science astronomers, physicists, and cosmologists are interviewed and share evidence for a young universe as described in the bible. They will address many of the supposed "evidences" for a universe that is billions of years old and why this theory is simply not valid.
Bio of Producer, Kyle Justice
This DVD is produced by Emmy-nominated director, Kyle Justice. His work has appeared on such networks as National Geographic, ESPN, The Outdoor Channel, The Family Channel, and Fox Sports. Kyle started Awesome Science Media in 2010, and has been producing creation science programming since 1996.