Many scientists claim that the universe is approximately 13.8 billion years old by reverse-engineering the Big Bang with the assumption that this theory is correct. How then do they explain the signs of youth in the earth, our solar system, and deep space? In this episode, host Ivana Semidey and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert take a look at how phenomena like the earth's magnetic field, comets, distant starlight, spiral galaxies, and globular clusters provide evidence for a universe that is closer to 6,000 years old.
How Old Is The Universe? | The Creation Podcast: Episode 35
Renowned Chemist on Origin-of-Life: Put Up Or Shut Up
For some time now, renowned and award-winning Rice University chemist and outspoken Christian Dr. James Tour has been exposing the fact that origin-of-life...