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Author Topic:   Validity of Radiometric Dating
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Message 136 of 207 (758839)
06-04-2015 1:10 AM


The idea of a false appearance of great age is a philosophical and theological matter that we won't go into here. The main drawback--and it is a strong one--is that this makes God appear to be a deceiver. However, some ... people have no problem with this. Certainly whole civilizations have been incorrect (deceived?) in their scientific and theological ideas in the past. Whatever the philosophical conclusions, it is important to note that an apparent old Earth is consistent with the great amount of scientific evidence. http://www.breaklink.siteshowinfo.com/sites/forum.ucweb.com

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