From: Grant (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jan 26 2000 - 17:11:38 EST
I know this has not to do with B-Greek but it does pertain to the bible,
which seems indirectly pertinent.
I am aware that that science dates man's existence some 40,000 years old
ago,which I don't believe is in support of biblical chronology. Of course,
this comes from the supposition of evolution. But my question is about the
carbon-14 dating methods and their validity.
The reason I'm posing this question is because I am aware that most on this
list PROBABLY conduct scholarly studies beyond the Greek. Is anyone
familiar with the flaws of carbon-14 dating? Has anyone studied this field?
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