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In order to integrate Biblical creation science with the modem discipline of archaeology, creation science itself must become unified, specific, sequential, and definitive. Only then can it provide a basic geochronological framework for Interpreting archaeology. This paper will explore three Biblical creationist models: a development of the post-Flood Ice Age, a treatment of continental separation, and a mathematical equation which translates carbon-14 age data Into real-time equivalents. It will apply these models to uniformitarian ages of ancient cultures, using a Biblical chronology, to begin the process of re-evaluatlng prehistoric archaeology from the perspective of Biblical creation science.
Archaeology; Arctic; Carbon-14 Dating; Chronology, Biblical; Continental Drift; Dendrochronology; Genesis 11 :10- 19; Ice Age; Pangaea; Uniformitarianism; Volcanism, Post-Flood
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Young, J. A,
"Archeology and Creation Science,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 3
, Article 54.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.cedarville.edu/icc_proceedings/vol3/iss1/54
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