Are radiometric dating methods reliable
It gets even better: radioactive decay rates have been I am a former atheist and evolutionist during my college days; came to faith in Christ at the age of 20; regard my pro-creation activities as part of the work of the kingdom of God; believe that a very tough, strident and unapologetic stance against evolution is called for though I may soften my tone if and when Mark Armitage and David Coppedge, fired for their creationist beliefs, are given their jobs back.
Our understanding of the shape and pattern of the history of life depends on the accuracy of fossils and dating methods.
I have noticed something curiously paradoxical when reading scholarly books by many anti-Darwinists.
I will go so far as to say that it is a monumentally flawed examination of creation-evolution issues which does not devote at least space to the issue of the pervasive discordant dating results of rocks and fossils using radiometric dating.