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A Question of Age
A Question of Age: Conference on Creation, the Bible and Science
• Speakers: Dr. Jason Lisle, Dr. Larry Vardiman
Dr. Hugh Ross and Dr. Fazale Rana
• Publisher: First Evangelical Free Church of Fullerton
• Region 1 (Playable US and Canada), NTSC
• Format: Boxed Set, 4-DVDs, Color
• Ages: 12 and Up
• Running Time: Approx. 367 minutes
• Language: English
• UPC: 804671222293
• Retail Price: $34.95
A question of foundational importance confronts Bible-believing Christians today: did God create the heavens and earth in six 24-hour days or in millions of years? Many biblical and scientific facets of this question were discussed in a face-to-face meeting of young-and-old-earth scientists.
The conference, held April 29, 2006, was presented by First Evangelical Free Church of Fullerton in California. A question-and-answer session, moderated by Craig Hazen, PhD of Biola University, followed the individual talks. Your understanding of the scientific and hermeneutic evidence will be greatly deepened as you view this special set of 4 DVDs.
• Dr. Jason Lisle, PhD, Astrophysics, Answers in Genesis
• Dr. Larry Vardiman, PhD, Atmospheric Science, Institute for Creation Research
• Dr. Fazale Rana, PhD, Chemistry, Reasons to Believe
• Dr. Hugh Ross, PhD, Astronomy, Reasons to Believe
Geochronology is the scientific study of the age of the Earth, and the temporal sequence of events related to the formation of the planet and the history of life on Earth. The word is derived from Geo meaning Earth, and chronology, which is the study of time, or a record of events in the order of their occurrence (timeline). It is from this field of study that fossils and artifacts are dated based on the perceived age of the geological layers in which they are located. Geologists determine the age of rocks, fossils, and sediments using a variety of methods including relative and absolute dating.