Radiometric dating of rock strata ang dating daan vs iglesia ni cristo
It is possible to measure the ratio of the different radioactive parent isotopes and their daughter isotopes in a rock, but the ratios are not dates or ages.
The dates must be inferred based on assumptions about the ratios.
The claimed “fact” that decay rates have always been constant is actually an inference based on a uniformitarian assumption.
It is true that radioisotope decay rates are stable today and are not largely affected by external conditions like change in temperature and pressure, but that does not mean that the rate has always been constant.
If certain things are known, it is possible to calculate the amount of time since the parent isotope began to decay.
Starting with the Bible and developing a model for dating events in earth history will lead us to the truth.
Relative ages are assigned to rocks based on the idea that rock layers lower in the strata were deposited before rock layers that are higher.
Creationists do not necessarily disagree with this concept, but it can only be applied to layers that are found in one location and/or can be determined to have been deposited in a continuous layer over a very wide area.
Knowing this first: that scoffers will come in the last days, walking according to their own lusts, and saying, “Where is the promise of His coming?
For since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of creation.” For this they willfully forget: that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of water and in the water, by which the world that then existed perished, being flooded with water.