The Grand Creator
With the help of modern technology, we can “visit” the universe. Using animations, videos, images, and photos (including the Hubble Space Telescope), we will see why Jehovah bears such a lofty title as “Grand Creator” (Ecclesiastes 12:1).
- The Universe!
- 1.5 hours
- $10/device (Does not include booking fees)
- Virtual - not broadcast from the location
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- Virtual Geographical and Scientific Tours
The Universe is Jehovah’s private museum. It contains an enormous collection of at least 100 billion galaxies and each galaxy may contain as many as 100 billion stars! Scientific research has provided many insights into the workings of the universe. Now, with the help of modern technology, we can “visit” the universe. Using animations, videos, images, and photos (including the Hubble Space Telescope), we will see why Jehovah bears such a lofty title as “Grand Creator” (Ecclesiastes 12:1).
- How does the Bible show that the number of stars is immense from a human standpoint?
- What are galaxies, quasars, and supernovas?
Just how vast is the universe?
- In what ways does the universe display marvelous design?
- How much do we really know about Jehovah’s works?
Job 38:31 – "Can you … untie the cords of the Keʹsil constellation?" - The term is generally considered to apply to Orion, a very prominent constellation containing the giant stars Betelgeuse and Rigel.
Job 38:31 – "Can you tie the ropes of the Kiʹmah constellation?" - The Kimah constellation is usually identified as the Pleiades, a group consisting of seven large stars and a number of smaller ones; some 380 light-years from the sun.
Job 38:32 – "Can you lead out a constellation in its season or guide the Ash constellation along with its sons?" - It is impossible at present to specify which constellation they refer to, but Ursa Major (the Great Bear) is the constellation most often suggested, having seven main stars in it that could be “its sons.”