Editor’s note: This post is a partial examination of the article cited below. One of the authors, Ken Wolgemuth, gave Findley a PDF copy of the article with a request for comment. The article is written from an Old Earth Creationist (OEC) point of view. Findley comments on the Old Earth 14C dating suppositions and … Continue reading Radiocarbon Equilibrium – Post by Michael J. Findley
For the Conflict of the Ages series, ancient history is the end of the Ice Age to the destruction of Jerusalem and the first temple by Babylon. The better preserved documents of Greece, Rome, China and India are Classic History for the Conflict of the Ages series. Ancient history is pieced together from millions of … Continue reading Dating the Ice Age Part Two: From the End of the Ice Age to the Destruction of Jerusalem by Babylon
Dating the Ice Age Part One: From The End of the Flood to the End of the Ice Age The oldest human remains and artifacts are from the Ice Age. All older human artifacts were destroyed by the flood. These artifacts allow modern observers to use some other tools and other forms of evidence to … Continue reading Dating the Ice Age Part One: From The End of the Flood to the End of the Ice Age — post by Michael J.Findley
This brief review of Ages In Chaos includes very few of the sources Velikovsky cites. Considerably more documentation for each point is available in the out of print book Ages In Chaos. Immanuel Velikovsky is a secular humanist materialist who says in the first chapter of his book, “The biblical story of the last plague … Continue reading Ages In Chaos — Review by Michael J. Findley
Like everyone, I fail to completely live up to my principles. One of my principles which I have done much better at keeping is to not discuss evolution. Believers in evolution have chosen to believe and nothing I can do will change that belief. However, I constantly display the evidence for a young earth. Without … Continue reading The Age of the Earth: The Burden of Proof
While Secular Humanism or Secularism has many beliefs, there are some core beliefs. These Fundamentals are written down in their Authoritative documents such as the Humanist Manifestos I, II and III and A Secular Humanist Declaration by CODESH (Council for Democratic Secular Humanism) co-authored by Paul Kurtz and Edwin H. Wilson, both editors of The … Continue reading Secular Humanism: America’s Establishment of Religion Part Three: What Are the Beliefs of Secular Humanism?
"So what evidence would you accept to prove that the Earth is millions of years old?" an atheist asked me on Christmas day. It is not possible to have a reasoned, intelligent discussion with someone whose opinions (beliefs) are not based on evidence and facts. The question changes facts and evidence into a matter of … Continue reading AntiScience
Spacecraft illustration -- SOHO was launched in December 1995 by an Atlas Centaur rocket and became operational in March 1996. SOHO weighs about two tons and with its solar panels extended stands about 25 feet across. It was launched in December, 1995. SOHO will continue operating well past the next solar maximum in 2001. (Image … Continue reading From the Institute for Creation Research: Reviews of Two Articles on the Sun and Energy