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Star Struck

Star Struck Seeing the Creator in the Wonders of our Cosmos

By Dr. David Bradstreet and Steve Rabey
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.25 Stars

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On 12/18 Jessica Boudreaux wrote: Dr. David Bradstreet wants to know how many Christians actually see astronomy as a way to study God’s creation. As a Christian astronomer, he studies the stars in awe of God’s work. In Star Struck, he and writer Steve Rabey take us on a tour of our galaxy, and beyond, showing us that science and ... Star Struck by Dr. David Bradstreet & Steve Rabey

Jessica's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/16 Debra Brinkman wrote: One of my favorite (partial) verses from the Bible is "and the stars" from Genesis 1:16 [Open in Logos Bible Software (if available)] . Day four of creation talks about the sun and the moon, which is a big deal. But it is that last little bit, in the Debra paraphrase, where the writer throws in, "Oh, ... Very accessible book that doesn't dumb down astronomy concepts

Debra's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/28 Doug Hibbard wrote: Space. The Final Frontier. Well, those words aren’t exactly mine, but they are words I grew up with and love as a description of the skies above us. While I remember being fascinated by Jacques Cousteau and the underwater world, space was where I wanted to sea, study, and be… (still willing to pastor ... Book: StarStruck

Doug's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/22 Martin Vickers wrote: Now that I am teaching middle school science, I am realizing just how broad of a field it truly is. There is so much to try to learn and know, and this knowledge covers multiple branches. Right now, I am reading anything I can to try to help increase my knowledge base for science. As a result, I jumped ... Book Review – “Star Struck” by Dr. David Bradstreet and Steve Rabey

Martin's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/15 Danny Conner wrote: We are sometimes quick to believe that faith in God and science are incompatible. But if God is Creator then science should have His fingerprints all over it. The stars should be his canvas, signed in the bottom corner. This is exactly the claim that Dr. Bradstreet desires to prove in his new book Star ... Spankin’ New Book Review on Star Struck: Seeing the Creator in the Wonders of Our Cosmos by David Bradstreet

Danny 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/23 Bookwomanjoan wrote: Scripture tells us that the heavens declare the glory of God. We Christians can have a better sense of the greatness of God, Bradstreet says, if we know more about the universe we live in. He has written this book to help Christians understand what science has to say about how the universe began and ... Star Struck by Dr. David Bradstreet and Steve Rabey

Bookwomanjoan's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/17 R. J. Rivett wrote: Even before Sputnik took to the heavens, and sparked the Space Race and the imaginations of thousands of young children, humanity has looked up at the lights in the sky and wondered. What are those things that twinkle in the night? What causes some to stay in place? Why do some fall? Why do some move ... MyBookLook: Star Struck by Dr. David Bradstreet

R. J. Rivett's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/10 LifeLoveTruth wrote: This book is written for the layman. Bradstreet combines his scientific knowledge and expertise with Rabay's theology and expertise. Bradstreet is an award-winning professor, author, and astronomy "rock star" as he teaches students about the heavens. He serves as professor and chair of the Astronomy ... STAR STRUCK by Dr. David Bradstreet and Steve Rabay

LifeLoveTruth's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/6 Benda @ Coffee Tea Books and Me wrote: Star Struck is written by Dr. David Bradstreet, an award-winning professor and astronomer, and award-winning writer Steve Rabey.  First of all, these men can write.  It is not easy to take scientific knowledge and make it so readable and enjoyable that it reads much like the latest mystery ... Star Struck: Seeing the Creator In the Wonders of Our Cosmos, a review

Benda @ Coffee Tea Books and Me's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/2 WheelerH wrote: Astronomer David Bradstreet does a wonderful job of laying out the universe in clear language. But although his aim is true and straight - to reconcile science with religion - his book "Star Struck" is more of a very basic history and explanation of the "wonders of creation" than a specified list of ...

WheelerH's Rating:

4 Stars