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Michael Shermer at the Creation Museum

Posted in age of the earth, Evolution, Genesis, religion, science with tags , , , , , , on March 23, 2009 by airtightnoodle

Michael Shermer, author of such books as The Science of Good and Evil
and Why Darwin Matters: The Case Against Intelligent Design, recently interviewed a researcher under the employment of AIG’s Creation Museum.

Here is the You Tube clip. Enjoy.


The “appearance of age” problem

Posted in age of the earth with tags , , , on June 10, 2008 by airtightnoodle

The blogger at Servant’s Thoughts has provided some interesting food for thought on the young earth/old earth debate within the Christian realm.

Many “young earthers” state that God created the earth with an appearance of being older than it really is. Servant points out:

If God would create the appearance of age in an earth 6,000 – 10,000 years old, how can we be certain this earth did not come into being only 100 years ago with the appearance of a much older earth – with developed ecosystems, geological foundations, developed human society and an ‘implanted’ biblical record?

You can read the rest of the implications Servant points out about this line of thinking here.