TCA Lesson 059: Impact Craters and Planet Migration w/ Wayne Spencer

Oct 4, 2018 | Creation, Podcast

In this lesson, we continue our series on the 2018 ICC. The last portion of the podcast is dedicated to discussing Spencer’s paper on planet migration, but first, we discuss the issue of cratering and Earth/solar system impacts with none than Wayne Spencer himself! This was quite a fruitful discussion covering lots of ground, so you certainly don’t want to miss it.

In this lesson, you’ll learn:

  1. What effects meteor impacts tend to have on the earth, and why we’ve no scientific reason to think the Earth has experienced millions of years of devastating bombardment.
  2. Danny Faulkner’s Day-Four Cratering Hypothesis and what it offers to creation research in this category.
  3. How the secular model of our solar system’s origin may actually help us understand the process behind God’s creating the universe in more understandable terms.
  4. Why we should think that most cratering on the earth took place during the flood, and the probabilistic certainly that the Ark would not have been devastated by such an event.
  5. How two relatively new models for the origin of our solar system cannot explain the origin of solar system, but do in fact point to the hypothesis of intelligent design.

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