February 27, 2018.
Hello again, I hope you are enjoying the series (and haven’t branded me as a heretic just yet…). If you missed yesterday’s post, click here. If you are looking for the introduction, click here. Today I would like to give a good resource that is available online from Jonathan Baker’s website, ageofrocks.wordpress.com. Jonathan holds a Ph.D. in geology, and it was his study in geology that led him from a young-earth creationist mindset to an old-earth mindset. Here he gives 100 reasons that the earth is old:
Also, I love hearing people’s story, so if you interested here is Jonathan’s story:
Here are some resources that answer young-earth claims:
And more information about an old earth from a Christian perspective:
And if you’ve ever heard of the “Paluxy controversy” where some people claimed to have found human and dinosaur tracks together (among other similar claims, such as dinosaurs in human art), check out the information on Glen Kuban’s site:
As always, I appreciate you taking the time to follow my thoughts. Tomorrow we will begin to cover what will most likely be the most controversial part of this series, unfortunately. Stay tuned.