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Saturday, November 3, 2012

Does the Sun Confirm Scripture?

So I get the Answers Weekly from Answers in Genesis, and I found today's topic interesting

Q: How does the sun’s temperature confirm Scripture?

A: Evidence now supports astronomers’ belief that the sun’s power comes from the fusion of hydrogen into helium deep in the sun’s core, but there is a huge problem. As the hydrogen fuses, it should change the composition of the sun’s core, gradually increasing the sun’s temperature. If true, this means that the earth was colder in the past. In fact, the earth would have been below freezing 3.5 billion years ago, when life supposedly evolved.
But evolutionists acknowledge that there is no evidence of this in the geologic record. They even call this problem the faint young sun paradox. While this isn’t a problem over many thousands of years, it is a problem if the world is billions of years old.

And here's a continuation of the answer:
http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/am/v7/n4/faint-sun-paradox?utm_source=answers-weekly&utm_medium=email&utm_content=main-question&utm_campaign=a

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