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Q: Why is the age of the earth such a big deal to secularists?
A: Increasingly, when the media write reports about Answers in Genesis and the Creation Museum, they often don’t mention the scientific points we present in our rebuttal of evolution, but instead state something like this (these words appeared in our local newspaper):
Why is the age of the earth such a big issue with secular scientists and the media? And why is it that after biblical creationists have written so many books and scientific peer-reviewed papers that contradict the supposed billions of years for the age of the earth/universe, and expose the fallible dating methods devised by man, secularists still scoff?
Well, here’s the bottom line: for secularists to even postulate the idea of evolution, they have to also postulate an incomprehensible amount of time (billions and billions of years) so that the universe and life might have enough time to evolve. Even with billions of years, though, evolution is impossible. Mathematically and scientifically. But secularists aggressively promote billions of years to make evolution a plausible idea.
Learn more in a letter from Ken Ham, president and CEO of AiG–U.S.
News to Note Quick Look
The tree of gut bacteria: Although we may not often think of it, none of us are ever alone—we all have bacteria both on and in our bodies that, among other things, help us to digest food. But is this evidence for evolution? Read more.
Neanderthal whippersnappers: Did Neanderthal children grow up more quickly than the rest of us? Read more.
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