## The Law of Biogenesis – Part I

It is highly unlikely that a high school or college biology student will learn about the gaping chasms that exist in evolutionary theory: chasms over which scientists have no crossing bridges…

Read moreIt is highly unlikely that a high school or college biology student will learn about the gaping chasms that exist in evolutionary theory: chasms over which scientists have no crossing bridges…

Read moreScientific advances continue to confirm the Bible in all areas where science can be applied. Advances in life science have shown that even the simplest life…

Read moreThe commonly accepted big bang model supposedly determines the history of the universe precisely. Yet to do so, it is filled with unprovable fudge factors. That may sound like an exaggerated claim, but it seems to be the state of cosmology today…

Read moreNo scientific method can prove the age of the earth and the universe, and that includes the ones we have listed here. Although age indicators are called ‘clocks’ they aren’t, because all ages result from calculations that necessarily involve making assumptions about the past. Always the starting time of the ‘clock’ has to be assumed as well as the way in which the speed of the clock has varied over time. Further, it has to be assumed that the clock was never disturbed…

Read moreEvolution/long age ideas are based on assumptions from outside science about the unobservable past. Facts do not speak for themselves—they must be interpreted according to a framework…

Read moreCircular logic is a logical error, caused by first making some assumption that can’t be proven true, then, on the basis of that assumption, deriving some result that is then used to “prove” that the first assumption is true. We’ll see that radiogenic dating, used to try to prove that the earth is extremely old, is a prime example of circular logic…

Read morePhilosophy is an important part of any science, and all require some starting assumptions. However one might be forgiven if one thought that cosmology has no such assumptions. The fact is, though, that cosmology does require assumptions else one could not proceed to even construct a basic model of the universe…

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