Circular Reasoning Behind Secular Ages

Secular scientists constantly publish reports claiming their finds support an earth that is millions or billions of years old, but few people realize that many of their conclusions are based on circular reasoning. Faulty circular reasoning happens when a person assumes or asserts exactly what they are trying to prove.

The articles listed here expose this breach in logic, called the “begging the question” fallacy, that too commonly occurs, even in peer-reviewed literature. Do all secularists assume ages of great antiquity before they conclude great antiquity?