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No, "evolutionists" do NOT use circular reasoning in dating

Postby the_ignored » Sun Jan 15, 2017 9:56 pm

Good article here.

So how did I do it as the Morris’s say I can’t without fossils?

It was following the Principle of Super-position and I slowly worked it out and traced beds across faults etc. After I worked in a very small area by an ancient copper mine, which proved to be too small to be viable, and got the idea of the regional geology, I spent months traversing and area of some 40×30 miles slowing elucidating the strata. Apart from being totally confused by what I now know to be a large area of slumped tillites(Glacial deposits) I made a coherent map, and then God got other ideas for me. That is why I went to L’Abri before going to theological college, but that may be God’s sense of humour.

I started to explain to those at L’Abri where Morris was wrong and wondered if I would go the way of Servetus. I gave one of their Farel lectures which were kept in their library. As a family we went to L’Abri in 1998 but my lecture was missing, but no others seemed to be missing.

Thus was my introduction to YEC.
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Re: No, "evolutionists" do NOT use circular reasoning in dat

Postby zilch » Mon Jan 16, 2017 7:04 am

Yes, good article, thanks reynold.

Of course it's ironic that YECs complain about "circular reasoning" since that's how they generally operate: the Bible is true, because it says it's true, and it's God's Word because it says it's God's Word, and God's Word must be true.
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