Age of the universe: 13.77 Billion years: Fact or Faith statement?

by / February 17, 2016

Above: Scientists don’t actually measure time to determine the age of the universe. One method attempts to correlate passage of time given the amount of redshift evident in the spectral lines in the light from distant stars.

Ever since the rebellion in the garden of Eden that sowed seeds of distrust against God and his word, there have been two groups of people: those who believe and obey the word of God and those who don’t. Among those who don’t believe, it has become fashionable to smirk and be amused at the quaint beliefs of those bible believing unsophisticates – until of course  – evidence for those beliefs is found and confirmed. Here is the typical sequence:

  1. A pronouncement is made that directly contradicts the bible – such as “King David didn’t exist because no archeological evidence can be found confirming his existence.”
  2. Bible doubters jump on the band wagon and poke fun at those quaint bible believers – until evidence is found that confirms the Bible. In the case of King David, it was the Tel Dan Stele, a monument erected in the 8th or 9th century BC by one of the kings of Aram (ancient Syria) which bore the inscription “…of the House of David…”
  3. An acknowledgement is made that the Bible was right (again) and off they go looking for some other part of the Bible to doubt.

In the case of King David,  all but the most obstinate doubters will agree with the history fact checkers known on TV as the myth hunters:

“When the inscription at Tel-don was found, that put the debate to rest. It was clear that David did exist.”[1]

Today, one of the Bible truths most attacked by scientists in every field is the Bible’s proclamation that the entire universe was created in 6 days. This proclamation is strongly denied and resisted because if true, it means that neither the Big Bang nor Darwinian evolution can be true, because both of those require billions of years.  Therefore both atheistic and materialistic scientists have a vested interest in keeping belief in a billions year old universe alive – it’s required for their worldview. And thus they take every opportunity to promote that godless belief. And so we regularly see secular scientists either outright mocking Christian belief, or attempting to show why, according to their calculations, it cannot be correct. Here is one of those attempts made during the reboot of Cosmos, as narrated by the show’s host, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson:

“The crab nebula is about 6,500 light years from earth. According to some beliefs that’s the age of the whole universe. But if the universe were only 6,500 years old, how could we see the light from anything more distant than the crab nebula? We couldn’t. There wouldn’t have been enough time for the light to get to earth from anywhere farther away than 6,500 light years in any direction. That’s just enough time for light to travel through a tiny portion of our milky way galaxy.

“To believe in a universe as young as only 6 or 7,000 years old is to extinguish the light from most of the galaxy. Not to mention the light from all the hundred billion other galaxies in the observable universe.”[2]

This actually points to a bigger problem – the problem of distant starlight. And what the Big Bangers won’t tell you is that the Big Bang has its own distant starlight problem. I dealt with the distant starlight problem in the previous article “Distant Starlight: Which theory has the bigger problem?“, so I won’t cover that ground again here. In this article we’ll focus instead on the problems with the big bang proclamation of a 13.77 billion year old universe.[3]

As far as such secular scientists are concerned, people who believe in a 6,000 year old earth are like believers in a flat earth – hopelessly backwards and foolishly ignorant. But there is an important distinction to be made here. Believers in the Bible are not like believers in a flat earth. Besides the fact that the bible proclaimed the earth is round thousands of years before 1492 when Columbus sailed the ocean blue,[4] there are direct, clear evidences that the earth is round: photographs of earth taken at various places in orbit showing the earth to be a circle (and proving it to be a sphere) being one of them.  That evidence is as clear, plain and direct as evidence can be. So for those seeking the truth, that should be the end of the matter. Likewise, Christians are called to believe based not on blind faith, but rather on the clear, fact laden evidence presented in the scriptures.

Thus as Christians we believe because of strong, direct, evidence supported reasons. Consider for example,  the resurrection of Jesus. Though disputed, we have a number of clear evidences of it’s truth, among them: the direct evidence of eye witness testimony.  Let’s apply that same standard to the age of the earth. Let’s have the scientists present strong, direct, clear evidence that the earth is 13.77 billion years old as they claim. Direct evidence would be something like a clock that has been running since the beginning that we could consult, or an eye witness that existed for the duration that can give testimony as to the passage of time.

Scientists will say something to the effect “a clock running since the beginning – that’s absurd. That would require the clock to exist in the beginning before anything existed – including time. That is clearly impossible.  Likewise, a testimony would require an immortal being outside of time and space – which is also impossible.”  So  scientists have no direct, conclusive evidence of a 13.77 billion year old universe. What evidence do they have? Let’s come back to that question. First, regarding the creation of the universe, let me point out that we do have an eye witness testimony of an immortal being outside of time of space  – that of God who said:

“For in six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, but he rested on the seventh day.”
Ex 20.11

Scientists of course do not accept that testimony- it’s not scientific. But please note that the Bible describes God as having the needed qualities: scripture testifies that God is both immortal (1 Tim 1.17), existing before any created thing, (including space and time – part of the creation) and thus is outside of space and time (Gen 1.1, John 1.1-3). (Note secular scientist also believe that space and time were both created – though they believe they were created in the Big Bang[5]).

So Christians have the direct evidence of the God of Creation who testifies as to how long it took him to create the universe: 6 days.  Scientists have no direct evidence of a 13.77 billion year old galaxy.  So let’s return to the question above: exactly what evidence do they have as to the age of  the universe?

How Scientists Calculate the Age of the Universe
Since scientists cannot consult clocks to determine the age of the earth, and they can’t use tools like the much abused and misused radiometric dating process as they do for materials on earth.  Since the stars they want to measure are light years away, they have no physical samples to work with. What then, do they have to work with? The only thing they have to work with is the light itself from the stars. That’s it. How can such light tell them the age of the stars? It can’t – directly.  Scientists make estimates based on two basic qualities of the light: Brightness and red shift.  For determining age by brightness, they quantify the brightness and then they relate that to distance from the earth. Then using the speed of light, they determine how much time it would have taken light to traverse that distance. Finally they add the supposed age of the star. For determining age by red shift, they relate red shift to the expansion of space. They then estimate how much the universe has expanded since the big bang, then calculate backwards to the big bang. Or as NASA put it:

Astronomers estimate the age of the universe in two ways: 1) by looking for the oldest stars; and 2) by measuring the rate of expansion of the universe and extrapolating back to the Big Bang; just as crime detectives can trace the origin of a bullet from the holes in a wall.[6]

In looking for the oldest stars they’re looking for the dimmest (least bright stars). In attempting to measure the expansion of the universe, they look at red shift. So they’re looking at brightness and red shift as noted above.

Flaws in the calculations of the age of the universe
So the primary tools the astronomer uses in guessing age is brightness (or magnitude) and red shift.  But making the transition from brightness and red shift to age is plagued with either guesswork or contradictory evidence. Let’s look at each method to see how.

Determining Star Age by Brightness
As NASA states, the goal is to find the oldest stars, because the universe would obviously have to be older than that.  The process works like this: There is a direct correlation between the star’s color, and its brightness, or as one source put it:

“It turns out that a star’s color spectrum is a good indication of its actual brightness”[7]

Thus by measuring the star’s colors, they can gauge it’s actual brightness.  Then all they need to do is calibrate the brightness (which dims with distance) to the actual distance. To do that scientists started with an actual measurement of nearby stars using a method similar to that which produces a 3D image in a movie theatre. 3D movies are made by taking two pictures from cameras slightly separated. (The reason you’re given glasses is to make sure each eye sees only the images taken from that eye’s angle or perspective.) The difference in the angles caused by these parallax inducing views of the same object is used by the brain to create a 3D image.  The brain is able to calculate the relative distance between the various objects in view – which are seen at slightly different angles – and gives you the appropriate 3D  perception. (That process, by the way involves information coded into the brain. Something that complex – involving the interpretation of electrical signals and manipulation of the image to produce a 3D picture – could not have evolved.)  In the same manner, scientists take pictures of the same star 6 months apart. The pictures are taken with the earth having traveled halfway through its orbit and thus they are taken at a slightly different angles allowing  scientists to use trigonometry to calculate the distance to the star. Once they have the distance to the nearest stars (those being no more than 400 light years from earth) and their colors and apparent brightness, they can then correlate that to those of more distant stars.

So using that technique, they go looking for the dimmest stars, which to scientists means the most distance stars. This in turn means the light has been traveling longest, and thus they’re also the oldest stars. But there are at least two problems with that approach.[8] There’s also a problem with the red shift method of age determination. Let’s look at all three problems.

Problems with the brightness method of Star age determination
Problem 1.  Great distances mean great errors.
Just as trying to shoot a target with a gun over distances of multiple miles gets increasingly difficult the more distant the target, so estimating the distance to dim stars gets increasingly difficult the more distant and dim the star. As NASA put it:

The uncertainty in this estimate is due to the difficulty in determining the exact distance to a globular cluster (hence, an uncertainty in the brightness (and mass) of the stars in the cluster. [9] (emphasis mine)

Obviously the problem compounds introducing further guesswork as they look for older, even dimmer stars.

Problem 2. Ignorance of how Stars form
Scientists have no idea how stars form using regular baryonic matter[10] (the stuff you and I are made of).   As one scientist put it:

“The silent embarrassmevnt of modern astrophysics is that we do not know how even a single one of these stars managed to form.”[11]

Or to quote NASA again:

“Another source of uncertainty in this estimate lies in our ignorance of some of the finer details of stellar evolution. Presumably, the universe itself is at least as old as the oldest globular clusters that reside in it.[12] (emphasis mine)

Do you see a problem here? There are at least two: Scientists are trying to determine the age of the universe by adding two unknown quantities. They have no idea how stars form, yet they add the “age of the star” to their calculation. How can they know its age if they don’t know how it forms?  They also have a very difficult time determining the exact distance to the star. Nevertheless they guess at a distance so they can calculate an age based on the time it would take light to traverse that guessed at distance. So by the brightness method we get an age based on an unknown quantity and a very difficult to measure quantity.  If this sounds like an inaccurate method – you’re right, it is. As one article notes:

“In fact early measurements of distances were wildly off.”[13]

Thus they must use other methods to compare and adjust this method. The other primary measurement they make for star age is also not a measurement of time, it’s a measurement of red shift,  and that has its own problems.

Problems with the Red Shift method of Star age determination

We’re all familiar with how the sound of an approaching siren has a higher pitch, and the sound of a receding siren has a lower and decreasing pitch. This is due to the effect of motion on the sound waves which compresses (for approaching vehicles) or stretches (for receding vehicles) sound waves in a quite noticeable fashion. This is called the Doppler effect. The Doppler phenomenon also effects light waves – the difference being approaching light is blue shifted and receding light is red shifted.

Thus a red shifted star can be interpreted as moving away from us. But there’s another way to achieve the same effect without moving the object.  That’s by increasing the space between the object and the observer. This gives an apparent motion to the observer though technically – the object is not moving – it remains stationary while space is inserted between the object and the observer. This is called Cosmological red shift. Cosmologist propose this type of expansion of space to get around the observation that almost all stars appear to be receding from us. Understanding that observation as the stars themselves moving would put us in the center of the universe – an idea that is anathema to Big Bang believers who prefer to believe our place in the universe is nothing special.

This observation of receding stars was made by Edwin Hubble when he noticed that almost all galaxies were red shifted; and the furthest ones had the greatest red shift and thus he concluded, were moving fastest. Put another way – the more red shifted the galaxies were, the further away they are and the faster they’re receding from us.  To Hubble, an atheist, that idea was abhorrent to him. That is not the outcome of a random big bang explosion, that is the careful placement of a thoughtful designer.

Problem 3. Contradictions to Hubble’s Law

To get around the obvious conclusion that earth is in the center of a purposefully designed universe,  cosmologists posit that red shift (as measured by spectral lines – see the top image) is due not to the Doppler effect.  It’s not that the object itself is moving through space; but instead the red shift is due to the cosmological factor  – space being inserted between the observer and the object, or as they call it – the expansion of space.

The Key Assumptions
Thus determining age by red shift is based on the assumption that Hubble’s law is true, and red shifts are understood as an expanding universe moving objects more distant from us (and from  each other) when seen in objects outside our galaxy.  Dr. John Hartnett summarizes how secular cosmologists apply Hubble’s law – using it to affirm cosmic expansion, not actual motion or some other phenomenon:

“In other words, all the extra galactic red shifts are due to the expansion of the universe.[14]

Above: an example of an exception to the Hubble Law

The main galaxy, NGC 7603 is an active, X-Ray bright Seyfert with a redshift of 8,000 km/sec. The companion is smaller with a redshift of 16,000 km/sec and a bright rim where the filament from the Seyfert enters it. The recent measures indicate the filament is drawn out of the low redshift parent and contains the two emission line, high redshift, quasar like objects. From López-Corredoira and Gutiérrez 2002.Source:
Halton C Arp, The Official Website,
“Research with Fred” (Hoyle), accessed 10/19/2015


Given this assumption, by running the scenario backgrounds, you could calculate how much time it took to get to the present location. But is that interpretation of red shift the correct one? Eminent scientist and astronomer Halton Arp, disagrees that it’s the correct interpretation. He suggests high red shift values are indicative not of large distance, but young age.[15] Harp has identified many pictures of galaxies that don’t fit the “red shifts are due to the expansion of the universe” scenario.

For providing such data contradictory to the big bang, he was banned from any further observatory time. Before being banned, he identified many examples of contradictions to the Hubble “law” such as Seyfert galaxy NGC 7603 (above) which has a small companion galaxy next to it. The large main galaxy has a red shift of 8,700 km/sec while the smaller one has a red shift of 17,000 km/sec – a great difference. This should mean that the galaxies are very far apart – remember the greater the red shift, the greater the speed and distance. Yet Arp has demonstrated that not only are they close, there are bridges of materials that connect the two. Thus Hubble’s law does not apply in this instance. Read that again, and consider the implication. Consider, for instance a law like gravity. Do you know of any objects where the law of gravity doesn’t apply?  And there are many others like the above where Hubble’s law doesn’t apply. It is evidence such as this which have caused some physicists to doubt this interpretation of red shift data:

“In my view the general acceptance of these ideas and the subsequent edifices of the models which have been erected around these ideas is a fundamental mistake. The direction that research will take in the 21st century, however, may well lead to a compounding of that mistake, and I predict no immediate return to reality[16]
Geoffrey Burbudge, theoretical astrophysicist 2001

Or as physicist and cosmologist Dr John Hartnett puts it:

“This brings into doubt the whole Hubble law regime upon which big bang cosmology hangs?”[17]

Thus the whole approach to dating the universe using red shift is suspect, including:

  • The Hubble Law
  • The supposed expansion of the universe, as secular cosmologist describe it
  • And with these two disqualified, any calculations of age based on them are also disqualified.

Add to that the evidence that the universe appears young. When scientists send probes, they discover many objects look young – though they should look old and scarred if really billions of years old. This has happened with such frequency that a pattern has  to emerged. Venus looks so young it appears “freshly minted,”[18] Saturn’s rings are clearly young[19], and like Venus, Pluto likewise appears young.[20]                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Indeed the entire solar system appears to be young. Yet since scientists are highly invested and tightly bound to the big bang theory which says the universe must be billions of years old, they simply cannot accept what the evidence is plainly telling them. And so they favor stories about why things look young – like Venus’ surface must have recently undergone a “global resurfacing event” because it looks so young.[21] Thus some scientists aren’t interested in fitting the theory to the data; they already have their theory and they’re not changing it. So instead they fit the data to their theory – however twisted it becomes and regardless of the number of hypothetical entities they have to add like dark matter and dark energy (which are topics for another time).

Materialist scientists – those who believe in only a material world and causes – want you to think their estimate of the age of the universe is as solid and precise as the timing of an Olympic event. But when you look underneath the hood at their timing mechanisms, what you find are not precise measurements, but guesses based on “wildly” inaccurate estimates:  ages based on ignorance, and ages based on evidence that contradictions the basic theory they’re trying to affirm. Thus when scientists categorically state “the universe is 13.77 billion years old” what they are categorically  affirming is not a measured time,  but their commitment to their faith in the big bang theory – regardless of glaring contradictions and inaccuracies. If they want to support wild speculation, that’s their prerogative, but they shouldn’t pass it off as settled, undisputed science.

13.77 billion years as the age of the universe is neither a settled fact nor even good science. Nor is it a silver bullet with which to slay young earth creationism. It is merely a statement of faith in a disqualified theory: the big bang. Secular scientists would like to use that number as a shield against Biblical truth, but this shield is full of holes and so offers no protection against either biblical truth, or the abundant evidence of a young universe.  Do not be deceived: materialist scientists would have you believe they have the certainty of  precisely measured time when all they have are guesses based on ignorance, wildly inaccurate estimates and contradictory evidence. That is not how good science operates. And 13.77 billions years is not a statement of scientific fact. It is a statement of faith – a faith based on science turned to junk by the use of  arguing from ignorance, and the clearly obvious use of  selective evidence. Employing such tactics does not strengthen your case.  Rather it points to a growing desperation to support a failed theory. The desperation must be acute  since logical fallacies are being invoked to support it.

1. Myth Hunters episode “The Real King Solomon’s Mines” TV Documentary, 1/09/2014,

2.  Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey: Episode 4 “A Sky Full of Ghosts” 3/30/2014 TV – Documentary

3.  13.77 billion years is the age of the universe as published  by NASA’s WMAP (Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe) page, and listed as a top ten accomplishment of the WMAP team. accessed 10/15/2015

4. The prophet Isaiah, speaking of God, proclaimed:
“He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth,” (Is 40.22)
Isaiah prophesied from 740 to 680 BC (Gleason Archer, Expositors Commentary, Vol. 1, p. 371). Thus the bible proclaimed the earth was circular and not flat 2 millennia before Columbus made his voyage.

5. For example, Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku opines, “The Bing Bang is the origin of space and the origin of Time itself” in How The Universe Works: Episode: “Big Bang” Discovery Channel documentary, 2010

6.  NASA – WMAP – Age of the Universe How Old is the Universe? accessed 10/15/2015

7. Science: How Stuff works How are astronomers able to measure how far away a star is? accessed 10/18/2015

8 Aside from the two highlighted, there’s also the issue of the assumption that the one way speed of light (in bound to earth) is the same as the two way speed of the light. The Anisotropic Synchrony Convention proposes that the solution to the distant starlight problem is in the speed of light: The average over a round way trip is indeed constant as measurements show, but the speed of the individual legs varies, but when averaged adds up to the constant.  If true, that would invalidate assumptions made by scientists for basing age on distance based on the two way speed of light.
Most physicists consider the speed of light inviolate and unchangeable. I won’t argue that case here, but you should be aware that there are assumptions like this that are made regarding things such as the speed of light and flow of time that are not considered in age estimates when calculations of the age of the universe are made that can greatly impact the calculated age if incorrect.
For more, see Jason Lisle, Does Distant Starlight Prove the Universe Is Old?, 12/13/2007

9. NASA – WMAP – How Old is the Universe?

10. Scientist don’t know how to create stars – at least not without invoking the exotic, hypothetical, undetectable entity known as dark matter for which no particle has been found despite 40 years of searching for it. Prof. Carlos Frenk states he has developed a computer simulation that generates stars and a universe that looks like ours – but it requires you add the hypothetical entity dark matter in a ratio of 5 to 1 with regular bayonic matter – the visible stuff we can see:
“This is a computer simulation of the formation of the galaxy, now with invisible dark matter and gas shown here in green, About a billion years after the big bang clumps of dark matter formed, gas fell into these clumps, turned into stars but attracted by the force of dark matter – invisible dark matter gravity – these clumps came together, fused to build ever larger structures so that 10 billion years later the beautiful spiral galaxy like our own Milky Way is  formed.”
Prof Carlos Frenk, Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman,
Episode: “Beyond the Darkness”, TV Documentary, 2010

For more on the search for Dark Matter see:John Hartnett – Why is Dark Matter everywhere in the cosmos, 3/31/2015
For more on dark matter and star formation see:
John Hartnett – Stars just don’t form naturally—‘dark matter’ the ‘god of the gaps’ is needed, 9/1/2015

11.  Martin Harwit, (astronomer and author) “Star Formation: Naissance et Enfance des Etoiles,” Science 231 (7 March 1986):1201-1202  (ref. from: accessed 10/18/2015)

12. NASA – WMAP – Age of the Universe How Old is the Universe?

13. How could scientists know how far a star or galaxy is from us? accessed 10/15/2015

14.  John Hartnett, Hubble, Bubble Big Bang In Trouble, DVD, 2010

15. Halton C Arp, The Official Website, “Research with Fred” (Hoyle) accessed 10/19/2015

16. Geoffrey Burbudge, theoretical astrophysicist 2001
Ref. from Hartnett, Hubble, Bubble

17. Hartnett, Hubble, Bubble

18. Science Frontiers Online, “Venus too Pristine”  No. 73: Jan-Feb 1991

19. The evidence for Saturn’s rings being young is so powerful I devoted an entire article to it. See:
Duane Caldwell, “Saturn’s Rings are Young”

20. Jason Lisle, “New Horizons at Pluto”

21. Wikipedia, Venus, accessed 7/11/2011


Spectral lines red/blue shift image portion:
Credit: NASA’s Tracking matter around a black hole

NGC 7603:
Halton C Arp, The Official Website,
“Research with Fred” (Hoyle)

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Duane Caldwell
Duane holds a B.Sc. in Aeronautics and a M.Div. from Trinity International University. A former pastor, one of his favorite Bible verses is Isaiah 11.9: "...for the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea." Until that day arrives Duane is distressed to see the glory due God given to false ideas like Evolution and the Big Bang. He is likewise distressed to see those deceived into believing that science contradicts the Bible or has solved all problems apart from God. He considers his current ministry to be demonstrating why the Christian worldview is the only true worldview, and why science does not contradict it or the Bible. He blogs on numerous topics touching the faith at

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  1. Try reading “A Biblical answer to the Starlight & Time problem” by Jim Burr for another Bible based view of the age of the universe.

    • Hi Clive,

      Thanks for your comment. I haven’t seen that perspective before. Briefly, here’s why I think Burr’s view is incorrect.

      Burr is promoting a view that the creation account in Genesis 1-2 is the creation of the local earth and our local solar system, not the entire universe. From my quick read, I’m not sure how old he thinks the earth is, first he argues for a young earth, then he argues against it. Anyway, just off the top of my head, here is why I disagree with his main point that the Genesis creation was that of just the earth its atmosphere” and solar system:

      1. He claims there’s plenty of evidence for a young earth, but “absolutely no evidence for a young universe.” Here’s evidence of a young universe: wound/unwound spiral galaxies. Spiral galaxies are spinning, thus giving the spiral shape. Those spinning a long time (near to us, i.e. very old) should lose that shape. Those not spinning long (very distant ones, i.e. very young) should not have that shape at all. But wherever we look, all spiral galaxies look the same. Distant ones that shouldn’t have formed have formed and look mature, near ones that should have lost their shape are still perfect spiral galaxies. This is evidence of a recently created universe – all of it created at one time.

      2. In trying to prove that the creation is local, he tries to limit “heavens” to the sky where birds fly. He says:
      “The word ‘shamayin'[sic] appears over 400 times in the Old Testament and is translated ‘heaven or heavens’. However it never specifies whether it is talking about the atmosphere where the birds fly, the area were the stars appear…”(p.5)

      “It seems clear that the Old Testament uses the word heaven when talking about the atmosphere or the air where birds fly” (p.6)

      It is simply not true that the Old Testament (specifically Genesis) never defines what “shamayim” is. He either conveniently overlooks, or doesn’t know what Genesis says about “the heavens” (shamayim). Gen 1 includes both what we call “sky” and “outer space” (where the stars are) in the term. For example:

      God made an “expanse” (Gen 1.6 – some translations “firmament”) to separate the waters above and below.
      The “expanse” is called “sky” (literally “heavens” plural – the Hebrew is שמים – shamayim)(Gen 1.8)
      God set the sun, moon and stars ” ברקיע השמים ” literally “in the expanse of the heavens” (shamayim) often translated “in the expanse of the sky” (Gen 1.15 NIV). So here we have the stars are in “shamayim.” Is he really going to argue that the stars are in our local atmosphere? So clearly the heavens – the “sky”- is not limited to our local atmosphere – though it includes the sky since birds fly on the “face” (פני) of “the expanse of the heavens” (Gen 1.20) which would appear to indicate they fly lower than the stars.

      3. I, along with most biblical and Hebrew scholars, take Gen 1.1 “heavens and earth” to be a merism meaning “everything”, not just our local earth and our local atmosphere.

      These are just a few of a number of problems I saw from my quick read which makes his position untenable.

      For further info and theories on the age of the earth, see my article. “Distant Starlight – Which Theory has the Bigger Problem?
      Burr also wonders if there’s a multiverse. I argue against a multiverse here: “Should Christians believe in a Multiverse? 7 Reasons against

      Duane Caldwell

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