Thanks Bob. I’ll have to work on that (actually, I …

Comment on Radioactive Clocks – and the “True” age of Life on Earth by Sean Pitman.

Thanks Bob. I’ll have to work on that (actually, I am working on it) 😉

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Radioactive Clocks – and the “True” age of Life on Earth
The problem here is that God has not given us to know about the life and death of Jesus outside of the witnessed testimony of the Bible. And, if the claims of the Bible appear to be undermined by the “weight of empirical evidence”, most will also lose faith in the claims of Jesus as well… and rightly so. Biblical credibility and a rational faith in God and the story of Jesus go hand-in-hand.

So, what I’ve presented here is just a taste, a sampler, of the evidence that is available along these lines. This information, given from a biblical perspective, should encourage the reader to do further reading and investigation for his/her self to judge and see if the biblical perspective really does or does not carry the available “weight of evidence”. And, while it is true that the information on this topic is vast, it is also true that most of that information is also presented from a strongly biased perspective favoring long-ages of life and death on this planet over hundreds of millions of years. What I’m showing here is that this very same information actually supports and more easily fits within the young-life biblical perspective on origins. And, the more and more I’ve studied and read about this topic over the past 30 years or so the more and more I’ve found this to be true.

Radioactive Clocks – and the “True” age of Life on Earth
Thank you very much Art. It means a lot coming from you…

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