Radiocarbon dating is commonly used to date

28-Jul-2017 06:25

The tree was cored by Edmund Schulman in the late 1950s but he never had a chance to date it before he died in 1958.

Tom worked up the cores Schulman collected sometime around 2010, and discovered the tree's age at that time.

Hopefully this article will help us realize that the issue is not as cut and dried as the secular community sometimes presents it.

That’s because the secular, majority view about these chronologies extends further back than an objective reading of the biblical chronogenealogies allows for creation: a little over 6,000 years ago.These chronologies are hotly debated among Christians and secularists alike, with the consensus being increasingly challenged.