Dr. Faulkner Critiques The Star of Bethlehem DVD in Lecture Series

Dr. Danny FaulknerLast week Dr. Danny Faulkner, a professor of astronomy and a physicist at the University of South Carolina, Lancaster, presented an evaluation of Rick Larson’s The Star of Bethlehem DVD (released in 2007) in our Lecture Series. You can read Dr. Faulkner’s critique on the Answers in Genesis website by clicking here.

You can also find a full list of Dr. Faulkner’s published papers on the faculty page of the USC Lancaster website by clicking here.

Written by Josiah Detwiler

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