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Appearance of age means that the created object lies about its true age, and since God is Truth, He cannot lie. The next section is Testing Radiometric Dating Methods.

For example, the author gives examples of lava flows that were less than 50 years old, but dated radiometrically from 270,000 to 3.5 million years old.

The author uses the verse from Job, 'Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? To the author I say, "Where were you when God laid the foundations of the earth? So you can't "assume" a 6,000-year-old earth, just like we can't "assume" a 13.7 billion year old universe.

What we have to decide this issue is the evidence from God's creation, and not our assumptions.

Yes, its true, the person using these dates must make unprovable assumptions, such as the three listed.

If there are possible discrepancies, how can I accept these dates as reliable?

There are many radiometric clocks and when applied to appropriate materials, the dating can be very accurate. As one example. We know it is accurate because radiometric dating is based on the radioactive decay of unstable isotopes. Measuring the ratio of uranium to lead can have a margin of error as small as 2-5%.… continue reading »

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Mar 22, 2012. Along this line, the physicist Roger Wiens asks those who are sceptical of radiometric dating to consider that “all of the different dating methods agree a great majority of the time” that Earth is billions of years old. The scientific disagreements highlighted by sceptics are “usually close to the margin of error.… continue reading »

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Jan 30, 2003. And, although you can come up with gross errors using radiometric dating, by and large, the millions of dates that have been accomplished lend support to their accuracy, granting, of course, a large margin of error. These "millions" of semi-accurate dates have correlated throughout the stratigraphic layers of.… continue reading »

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