During the debate Bill Nye presented many statements and asked many questions.
For Ken Ham, one of those defining moments came when Bill Nye twice referred to origins as a “great mystery.” Each time, Ken Ham responded by saying, “There is a book . .” Of course that book is the Bible, God’s Word, which gives us answers to the skeptical questions of the age.
Was there a defining moment that stood out to you during the debate? Your defining moment could be leading an outreach or just diving in to learn more so you can be ready to defend your faith.
n spite of conclusive evidence of the Earth’s antiquity, the proponents of “scientific” creationism stubbornly maintain that the Earth is only about 10,000 years old (Table 9). They have no consistent set of data that leads to any definite age for the Earth.
Their “evidence” consists of invalid criticisms of the legitimate scientific data, as discussed above, and of some calculations that supposedly show that the Earth is very young.
There are 68 types of such calculations listed in Table I, all of them independent of each other and all applying essentially to the entire earth, or one of its major components or to the solar system.