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Apologetics  Symposium

 1st & 2nd Wednesdays
Cedar Park Church 
Bothell, WA


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The Problems With Distant Starlight


Dan Kreft
Apologetics Symposium
January 8th, 2020
Cedar Park Church Bothell, WA


Many Christian laymen and apologists alike stumble over the what has been dubbed “the distant starlight problem,” citing it as a key obstacle to their acceptance of a young (i.e. ~6,000 year) creation. In this presentation, Dan takes this difficult topic by the horns and demonstrates to non-technical audiences how the distant starlight problem is a double-edged sword that cuts both ways–against young- and old-earth creationists alike; it is not the proverbial nail in the young-earth coffin that many think it is.

Dan KreftAbout the Speaker:

Dan Kreft, the Seven-Foot Apologist, has been teaching theology and apologetics at Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland, Washington since 2003, where he teaches students ranging from 6th grade to their 6th decade of life. His passion for equipping parents to teach their children how to defend their faith is captured in his three-volume book, “Jesus” Is Not the Answer to Every Sunday School Question. You can find Dan on Facebook, Facebook, LinkedIn, and at his website:

Apologetics Symposium

The Apologetics Symposium is an educational program addressing the conflicts that exist between naturalism and the Biblical worldview. As part of a weekly Wednesday evening series, this program features a different speaker each month. Join us at Cedar Park Church or through our live webcast.

View the recordings archived on our website.

See upcoming schedule of topics and speakers.