Carbometric dating dinosaur
The only way we know our observations were the same last week as they are today is if we have an eyewitness testimony from someone who made the same observations last week.
In the Bible, we have the eyewitness testimony of someone who has been present throughout all of history and who has told us what happened.
They have come from somewhere else in the solar system, and their source is assumed to have formed at the same time as the earth.
Therefore, the age they supply is an interpretation based on that assumption and is emphatically not “irrefutable proof.” How do we know for sure that the meteorites came from another body in the solar system that was formed at the same time as the earth?
In order to link the evidence to the accused, the scientists make assumptions, and then they build their interpretations on those assumptions.
You can find many other articles on our website that discuss these issues.
The term “creation scientist” is hardly an oxymoron, because the scientific method can only be consistently used by those who accept that the Creator God of the Bible does not change.
He created laws that operate regularly through time and space, so we can depend on the sun rising tomorrow just as it rose this morning.
Christians were at the forefront of developing what we call science today.
I read through your article concerning the existence and life of dinosaurs. Different radioactive isotopes can be used to date material from bone fragments to rocks so in fact, yes there is a great amount of proof that the Earth is billions of years old and that dinosaurs lived millions of year ago. M., Thanks for stopping by at our website to read our article concerning the existence and life of dinosaurs.
We don't need to be there to know it...science is the window to the past, present, and future. You can't take the Bible literally yet conform to the techniques and values of science. It is a pity that you didn’t keep browsing through our website, as you would have found lots of information about radiometric dating.