“Hundreds of scientists who once taught their university students that the bottom line on origins had been figured out and settled are today confessing that they were completely wrong. They’ve discovered that their previous conclusions, once held so fervently, were based on very fragile evidences and suppositions which have since been refuted by new discoveries. This has necessitated a change in their basic philisophical position on origins. Others are admitting great weaknesses in evolution theory.”
(Luther D Sutherland, Darwin’s Enigma: Fossils and Other Problems, 4th edition (Santee, California: Master Books,1988) pp.7-8)

Psalm 19 begins with the words, “The heavens declare the glory of God”.

One of the ways the heavens declare the glory of God is in how it proves the Biblical timeline of Creation.  In other words, the heavens prove a universe and world that are thousands of years old, not billions.

Stars are cosmic energy engines that produce heat, light, ultraviolet rays, x-rays, and other forms of radiation. They are composed largely of gas and plasma–a superheated state composed of subatomic particles.

Stars are yet again another age-limiting proof against Big Bang and Evolution.

One interesting observation is the fact that we never see and have never seen a star form.  We observe stars dying, but not stars forming.  You would think that if stars evolved by themselves from gases and chemicals, that stars would continue to be born and that star births would be observable.    It is also reasonable to assume that star births would equal star deaths.

How come we have never seen a star form?  Some believe we see a star forming right now in Crab Nebula. We are not witnessing a star forming, we are seeing a spot getting brighter.  It could very well be that a cloud is thinning and revealing whats behind it.

Also, every time a star blows up it’s called a nova or a supernova (depending on size), which leaves a huge ring in space. This occurs about once every 30 years. Well if the universe is really 20 billion years old, how come we only see about 300 super nova rings?  There should be hundreds of millions that we can see, not hundreds.  300 supernovas suggest a universe that is thousands of years old, not billions.

Why do we only see approximately 300 supernova rings?

Because the heavens declare the glory of God and the observable universe was created a few thousand years ago, just as the Bible teaches.