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CREATION

  Bible Age of Earth   (36 KB)   
Therefore, the biblical age of the Earth (using Scripture itself as a guide) is 6,000 years !! not billions of years apart !!

Carbon dating   (28 KB)   
Many people believe that carbon dating disproves the Biblical time scale of history. However, because of the difficulties with current C14 dating techniques, the dates produced have been shown to be faulty.

  Genesis Means What It Says   (47 KB)   
The great leaders of the 16thCentury Protestant Reformation, in returning to biblical authority, also accepted a straightforward view of Genesis.

  The Biblical Timeline of Creation  
How old is the earth? Has God left any time clues within the scriptures? These are questions that have long been asked, and have long been problematic for theologians. Especially for those attempting to answer them with abstruse and convoluted solutions. Over the years there have been many theologians who have attempted to find the age of the world by use of the scriptures. Unfortunately, many have either polluted, or confused the timeline issue even further by their efforts.

  Can a True Christian Believe in Evolution?   (52 KB)   
To the question: "Can a True Christian believe in Evolution?"the resounding response is a clear: NO. For to do that would be a total rejection of The Most Holy Faith: "Beloved, when I gave all diligence to write to you of the common salvation, it was needful for me to write to you, and exhort you that you should earnestly contend for the faith which was once delivered to the saints."(Jude 1:3)