Review – A Matter of Days – Chapter 15

I have been seeing so many who disagree with even the possibility of a young earth resorting either to arguing against older (usually outdated) creationist arguments or by using outside definitions to explain “what young earth creationists really mean.” Dr. Ross does much of this himself in this book. Every side has a distant starlight problem, but discounting arguments merely because of consensus is, frankly, unscientific.

Daniel

ApoloJedi

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Challenges to an Old Cosmos

This is indeed the most difficult chapter for me to review. Since I am not a practicing astrophysicist or astronomer, my review will be as a layman, and I freely admit that I do not fully comprehend many of the issues mentioned.

Having said that, Dr. Ross does take a large chunk of the chapter refuting ideas that biblical creationists no longer believe or are rhetorical (Challenges 1-4 and 11)

In challenge 7, Dr. Ross gives reasons why he disagrees with Jason Lisle’s Anisotropic Synchrony Convention (ASC). In their most recent debate, when Dr. Ross brought up his disagreements, Dr. Lisle showed why Dr. Ross’s assumptions and reasons were based on the question begging fallacy and flawed assumptions. Because Dr. Lisle has shown to be consistent in his biblical hermeneutics, I find his answer more compelling.

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