Christian Astrophysicist Explains Young Earth: Dr. Jason Lisle Interview

On The Babylon Bee Interview Show, Kyle and Ethan talk to Christian astrophysicist, speaker, and author, Dr. Jason Lisle. They talk about dinosaurs, cavemen, evidence of a young earth, and the Bible as a history book. Dr. Lisle obtained a Master’s degree and Ph.D. in astrophysics at the University of Colorado. He has since written a number of best selling books on the topic of creation including: Taking Back Astronomy, Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky, the Ultimate Proof of Creation, Discerning Truth, and Understanding Genesis. He also founded the Biblical Science Institute, where they help defend the Christian worldview against people who call it unscientific.

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Topics Discussed

Bible as a history book 

The problem of death before sin

Genesis being doctrine 

Snopes article about creationism being a conspiracy

Humans as one race

Current state of Young Earth Creationists scholarship

Human origins

Dinosaurs and cavemen

Dragons

Evidence of the Young Earth

Carbon dating 

Origin of the universe explained with popcorn

Subscriber Portion

Comets 

The great flood 

Geological evidence of the flood

DNA 

Theological problems with Aliens

Slugs on the Arc

Accuracy of the Interstellar movie 

Blackholes 

Distant starlight problem 

Problem with measuring speed of light

10 Questions 

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