Scientific American Christian Science Religion Young Earth Creationism Origins in Genesis Eyewitness Accounts Geologic Upheaval Catastrophism Geological Society Record of Ignorance Mainstream Science Orthodox Darwinism Term Species Meaningless Specious Arguments for Darwinian Lyellian Timeline Big Bang Theory General Relativity Event Horizons White Hole Six Days of Creation Gravitational Time Dilation Contradictions of Orthodox Scientific Inquiry

Christians are roundly mocked for believing the book of Genesis in the Bible, but who should really be doing the laughing?  The Big Bang Theory, the commonly accepted theory for the orign of the universe, is predicated upon two mutually contradictory notions; that the universe is boundless, yet had a beginning centerpoint of mass, which actually necessitates an edge to the expanded-from-the-center matter of the universe, so if the Big Bangers would admit this internal contradiction in their theory’s basis, then in order for consistency, they would have to admit gravitational time dilation during the expansion of the universe (until the “event horizon” had collapsed), and therefore, the universe actually must be much younger than the “experts” say it is, even six thousand years old.

The darwinist experts jeer that “creationists don’t believe in evolution,” when in fact, we do, in natural selection, that is, within respective gene pools known as syngameons (biblical kinds) of animals, such as the syngameon including the “species” of big cats, lions, tigers, and leopards, which can interbreed, proving that species is a meaningless term, with the burden of proof still remaining on the darwinists to demonstrate how goo morphed into you, and why over 99% of the fossils in the geologic record are of marine creatures, not what you’d expect from continental sedimentary deposits, but certainly corroborative of the catastrophic geologic history recorded in the book of Genesis, which means origins, recorded by eyewitnesses, except the six days of creation, see article #13 at http://GenesisVeracity.com.

And when you realize that Noah’s Flood did not cover the high mountain ranges we see today, but that those mountains rose at the close of the Deluge, as the mantle below pushed up on the continental crust because of the displacement of mantle material by the then-deepening ocean basins (see chapter 9 of the free ebook download of my first book, Old Earth? Why Not!), the sedimentary layers up on the continents make sense, biblically, and scientifically, but not according to the uniformitarin lyellian geologic theory espoused in our institutions of higher learning.

Radioisotope dating of rocks, causing mainstream scientists to say the earth is billions of years old, is actually laughable, when you realize that C14 is consistently yet “unbelievably” found in diamonds, oil, gas, and coal (http://GlobalFlood.org), proving that they were formed only thousands of years ago, and when you learn that “good samples” for radioisotope rock dating are routinely thrown out when the results don’t comport with the darwinian timeline for the paleontological “appearances” of types of creatures in the fossil record (but there are many “out-of-place” fossils), then you can know that the jury is rigged against the evidence for biblical young earth creationism; but the tide is turning, as the public becomes aware of the relative strengths of the two models for earth history.

And lest you guess that the ancients during the Ice Age were not very accurately measuring and mapping the globe, then checkout article #2 at http://IceAgeCivilizations.com, to know how the dimensions for the Great Pyramid of Giza were determined by the wobble rate on the earth’s axis, and how other ancient navigation cultures, such as the Atlantean League, were able to return to the mining areas which they had discovered in many parts of the world, during the Ice Age, as the ruins of the “bronze age” seaport cities are now on the shallow seafloor, in hundreds of locations, all around the world.  See the big picture here http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: