Throwing Out Our Tobiahs and Pulling Some Hair — by Mary C. Findley

     In Nehemiah 13, Nehemiah had to leave Jerusalem for a time after the rebuilding of the temple and the city. In the previous chapter repentance and cleansing had followed public reading of the Scriptures. Nehemiah apparently thought it would be safe to go back to serving the king of Persia in Susa for … Continue reading Throwing Out Our Tobiahs and Pulling Some Hair — by Mary C. Findley

Radiometric Dating Doesn’t Mean “Dating” — Michael J. Findley

If someone collects a sample, brings it to a laboratory for radiometric testing and gets scientific results, the answer is a ratio of parent isotope to daughter isotope. That is it, plain and simple. My apologies to those who follow our blog regularly, but this is a somewhat of a repeat. I believe that one … Continue reading Radiometric Dating Doesn’t Mean “Dating” — Michael J. Findley