Posted: Apr 18, 2018 5:28 am
by Chris Putnam
Thommo wrote:

I'd be interested in your source regarding "some PhDs" saying the facts reveal a young Earth though, because last time I checked there was a 100% (to nearest whole percentage point) agreement among relevantly qualified scientists regarding the age of the Earth being billions of years. There isn't actually the remotest scientific debate about the Earth being thousands or tens of thousands of years old.

Thanks for your comment Thommo. I am not prepared at the moment with such a list of names and credentials but I will go to work on finding some names. Most like Ken Hamm and Robert Morris are repudiated by atheists and loved by Chrisitians. I read on Wiki that in the early 90s 99.9% of scientists did not subscribe to the theory of a young Earth. Christians would claim that evolution is the new "orthodoxy" and that any publications or ideas outside this realm would be met with stearn rejection from the "scientific" community. If this were not the case they claim more scientist would agree with them, but are afraid to admit it.