The very top estimate would be close to 10,000 years, but that’s a stretch.Science has proven that the earth is closer to 4.5 billion years old.
I think I’ve made a stronger argument, based on Christian beliefs, for the non existence of God than there ever has been for the existence of such a deity.
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I can understand man rounding down the value of pi, for example, but to get the entire creation story wrong is a bit of a stretch.
Likewise, given that God is all powerful, he surely would not have left an obviously inaccurate account of his greatest work go to press, or was that just another sign of his fallibility?
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I have not read the book “Isralestine”, by Bill Salus but it sounds like an intriguing prophetic explanation of end time events.This isn’t a guess, or a hunch, there’s a substantial amount of evidence to back this up. The oldest discovered human fossil is approximately 1,300,000 (1.3 million) years old.That would have meant that humans lived on earth before God created either humans or the earth.Seeing as we know the only source that defines the Christian God is inaccurate, and at least part of the definition is inaccurate (infallible), we can not trust the remainder of the definition.Therefore the definition of God in invalid and God does not exist.Almost all futurist Bible prophecy students will agree that there are three end time wars involving Israel.