U.S. Army Celebrates Its 75,000 Birthday!


We at Creation Moments are often asked, where do evolutionists get all those millions of years? It seems they are always finding rocks and fossils that are tens or hundreds of thousands or even millions of years old.

Some years ago, scientists discovered human bones in California buried under thick layers of mud. Scientific authorities studied the bones and dated them at about 75,000 years old. Digging deeper, scientists discovered an old United States Army button! Was the U.S. Army around 75,000 years ago, or was the dating method unreliable? More recently, an archaeological team from a Japanese university discovered drawings on a cave wall on a Japanese island. This important discovery was dated at 10,000 to 13,000 years old. When one of the local residents of the island heard about the discovery, he stepped forward to confess that as a boy he often drew on the walls of the cave with charcoal.

Can you imagine the misery we would have if modern medicine was only as reliable as these dating methods?

The simple answer to where evolutionary scientists get all those years is that they make them up. There is no machine or scientific magic that tells a scientist that a rock or fossil is tens of thousands or millions of years old. The oldest and most accurate record of ancient times that we humans have is the Bible, and the Bible leaves no room for tens of thousands or millions of years!

Romans 1:22
“Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools…”

Prayer: Lord, I ask you to call back those millions who have been falsely led to believe that the Bible is not trustworthy. Help them to see that evolution is simply a false religion, which would replace You, the Creator, with the creation itself. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

Jackson, Wayne. 1990. “Scientific red faces.” Reasoning from Revelation, v. II, n. 1, Jan. p. 3.  Image: Army star (PD)

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