The Bible supports this as I will show you in the following paragraphs. From the end of his reign to the construction of the Temple in the fourth year of his reign takes us back another 37 years to 1055 B. If we go from the start of Solomon's Temple in the 480th year (1 Kings 6:1) and back to the Exodus from Egypt (479 years) it brings us to c.a. This gives us the conclusion that the Flood started around 2331 B. Earth is about 6000 years old and was made in days.
Let's begin with the archaeological landmark event of the conquest of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar II, King of Babylon in 588 B. If we count backwards the number of years between the fall of Jerusalem and the division of Solomon's kingdom (430 years, Ezekiel 4:4-7) it brings us even further back to the year of 1018 B. That means that levels of carbon-14 can be what ever God wanted. Their argument is that someone has written book saying Carbon dating say this, it proves that carbon dating is true and because carbon dating is true, book is true.
Secular scientists, however, have been planting doubts in the minds of the unsaved public by questioning its infallibility.
The method has been revolutionary and remains one of the most commonly used dating methods to study the past, but according to Charlotte Pearson, it’s ready for a makeover.
If a Bigtooth Maple were cut down on Mount Lemmon in 2016 and it had 400 rings, you would know the tree started growing in 1616. What if it's been used to build a home or a ship or a bonfire?
The rings could still tell how many years the tree lived, but not necessarily when. He set out on a series of expeditions across the southwest to bridge the gap between contemporary wood and wood beams from the ruins of civilizations long gone.
A 1929 edition of boasts, “THE SECRET OF THE SOUTHWEST SOLVED BY TALKATIVE TREE RINGS.” The 35-page article, penned in whimsical prose, was written by Andrew Douglass, the UA scientist who invented tree ring science. In addition to his work as an astronomer at the UA’s Steward Observatory, Douglass was the first to discover that tree rings record time: “Every year the trees in our forests show the swing of Time’s pendulum and put down a mark.
They are chronographs, recording clocks, by which the succeeding seasons are set down through definite imprints,” he wrote in the pages of .