God’s Not Dead implies an endorsement of the universe being 13.7 billion years old. Some of the team that put the first people on the moon held that view as well. They argued that the amount of space dust that the moon’s gravity would attract, an amount that could be calculated, would be several feet deep by now. This could jeopardize the moon landing. When the astronauts landed on the moon they found about an inch of dust on the surface of the moon. This suggests that the moon is about 10,000 years old. This is consistent with the Bible’s account of creation and not nearly enough time for evolution to explain life as we know it.
Our Sun has been documented to be shrinking at a predictable rate. If the sun were 13.7 billion years old, it would have started out the size of the orbit of the earth. Some scientists purport that the Sun actually grows in size between the times we measure it. They say that this explains the problem. However, there are no facts, or theoretical mechanisms to support this theory.
Evolutionists point to the fossil record to support their theory of evolution. The strata of rock they say reveals millions of years of time between layers. There is a fossil that crosses between two strata or layers that is inconsistent with this theory. It is, however, consistent with what you would expect to find if there was a world-wide flood and sediment and debris settled in layers. This separation of sediment into layers and trees crossing between strata was demonstrated at the base of Mount Saint Helen’s when its side exploded and the fallout mixed with heavy rain.
Evolution hypothesizes that chemicals somehow came to life and then reproduced with beneficial mutations that resulted in the species we have now. God’s account says He created life and His account specifically and repeatedly says that species reproduce after their own kind. The fossil record supports God’s account, as the ancestors of different species that Darwin predicted would be found have not been found.
Evolutionists argued that opposing views needed to be represented in the public schools decades ago when they were in the minority. My experience at Grand Valley State University showed me that evolutionists don’t believe their own words. Now they want to be the only view and suppress good scientific evidence to the contrary. I presented some of the above challenges to the teacher and students in a class I was taking around 2009. When the students became interested in learning more about Creationism, the teacher, who did not disprove these challenges, decided to end the discussion by an appeal to authority. She quoted what I believe was the National Science Foundation saying, “Evolution is a fact.” She ended the discussion in her class, but there are now young people whose curiosity has been piqued. They, like me, and maybe like you, may not be satisfied with the evolutionist’s declaration of “fact.” We may want to find out more for ourselves.