However, none of the criticisms of young earth creationists have any scientific merit.
Radiometric dating remains a reliable scientific method.
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Good scientific evidence shows that the evolutionary theory does not have any real evidence to support it: from the hominid fossils, to the light and dark colored moths, to embryology, to dinosaur (dragon) remains that have been found.
The scientific community has been making those very arguments for decades.
1, ch.19.) Reasons To Believe's third in a series of books proposing a testable creation model takes on the origin and design of the universe.
You can even believe in evolution and be a Christian.
There is no conflict between science and the Bible..one needs is a proper understanding how to merge science and the Bible.
It marks a move away from reliance on 'appearance of age' and the arguments of creationists like John Woodmoreappe (Plaisted 2002), who asserted that radioisotope dates are the result of filtering essentially random numbers through the institutional biases of science.
These young-Earth creationists now argue that radioisotope decay has actually occurred, can be measured accurately, and that it would require billions of years at present rates to account for the current condition of the Earth.