These processes result in All of these processes confuse the stratigraphic record.
In many cases, however, it is possible to reconstruct the original sequence of strata so that they can be used for relative dating.
In the Garden of Eden the deception was based upon the question of whether God really meant what He said; was God telling the truth; was Gods word trustworthy?
The early modern day evolutionists probably started with Charles De Secondat Montesquieu (1689-1755).
They no longer ignore it or pass it off with a sarcastic denial, but admit that it is a real problem which deserves a serious answer. which starts from a chronology of index fossils, and imposes them on the rocks.
The use of "index fossils" to determine the geologic age of a formation, for example, is discussed in an interesting way in an important recent paper by J. Each taxon represents a definite time unit and so provides an accurate, even 'infallible' date.
If you doubt it, bring in a suite of good index fossils, and the specialist without asking where or in what order they were collected, will lay them out on the table in chronological order." That is, since evolution always proceeds in the same way all over the world at the same time, index fossils representing a given stage of evolution are assumed to constitute infallible indicators of the geologic age in which they are found.
This makes good sense and would obviously be the best way to determine relative geologic age — if, that is, we knew infallibly that evolution were true! There is such a vast time scale involved that no one can actually observe evolution taking place.
However, we must be careful to note whether or not the fossil comes from the mixed strata zone of the filled in hole..
Many important index fossils are of organisms that start out life as floating eggs and infant stages, which allowed them to populate the world using ocean currents.
The most successful of these became abundant, yet at the same time, they became the most vulnerable to environmental change and extinction.
In three books of the New Testament (Romans 1; Acts 17; 2 Peter 3) two Apostles of the First Century Church were dealing with the scientific aspects of the various theories of evolution that they had to deal with at that time.
In Chapters 17 and 21 of the Book of Judges people are saying that if there is no God then we may do whatever we wish.