The Bible gives us a much more reliable history of the earth as it was recorded by God.

The claimed “fact” that decay rates have always been constant is actually an inference based on a uniformitarian assumption.

It is true that radioisotope decay rates are stable today and are not largely affected by external conditions like change in temperature and pressure, but that does not mean that the rate has always been constant.

The reason this age may not be a true age—even though it is commonly called an absolute age—is that it is based on several crucial assumptions.

Most radiometric dating techniques must make three assumptions: The major problem with the first assumption is that there is no way to prove that the decay rate was not different at some point in the past.

Most scientists and many Christians believe that the radiometric dating methods prove that the earth is 4.5 billion years old.

The textbooks speak of the radiometric dating techniques, and the dates themselves, as factual information.However, there are many methods that can be used to determine the age of the earth or other objects.The textbooks focus on relative dating, based on the layering of the rocks, and radiometric dating.Despite the fact that there are many scientific problems with radiometric dating, there is a more significant problem.The Bible gives a much different picture and explains that relying on man’s reasoning is foolishness.The method of calculating radiometric dates is like using an hourglass.

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