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Thus he said that the method was good as far back as shortly after the flood, which seemed to be the practical limit of historical dating.
To Woods, if the assumptions of C-14 dating were accepted, the C-14 method was capable of measuring some 20,000 years into the past.
Woods admitted that no method had been found to accelerate or retard the radioactive decay of an atom.
However, the assumption that the rate of formation for C-14 has been the same for long ages past was, to Woods, not certain.
In particular, the C-14 dating method is important in the study of the Old Testament, since it professes to supply absolute dates for events within the past forty thousand years, which covers the apparent periods of Old Testament history.
Gentry argued that these halos indicated that some of the Precambrian rocks were created suddenly and recently.The apparent contradiction between C-14 dates and the literal interpretation of Genesis has split the evangelical Christians of the United States into two factions: one, fundamentalist evangelicals who attempted to fit scientific findings into the literal interpretation of the Bible; and two, other evangelicals who felt that the Bible does not contain an absolute chronology of earth history.This essay will trace the reactions of both of these groups in the United States to C-14 dating, focusing particularly on the response of the Seventh-day Adventists (SDA), the American Scientific Affiliation (ASA), the Creation Research Society (CRS) and the Institute for Creation Research (ICR)groups demonstrating particularly sensitive responses to C-14 dating and its implications.He used radiohalo evidence to prove the youth of the earth, Noah's flood, and the uncertainty of C-14 dating.assuming that the C-14 method might be reasonably accurate up to the flood.