Therefore, there are several assumptions that must be made in radioisotope dating.
Three critical assumptions can affect the results during radioisotope dating: Radioisotope dating can be better understood using an illustration with an hourglass.
For example, the remaining radioactive parent material will decrease by 1/2 during the passage of each half-life (1→1/2→1/4→1/8→1/16, etc.).
During the molten state it is assumed that the intense heat will force any gaseous daughter elements like argon to escape.There appears to be a fundamental conflict between the Bible and the reported ages given by radioisotope dating.Since God is the Creator of all things (including science), and His Word is true (“), the true age of the earth must agree with His Word.However, rather than accept the biblical account of creation, many Christians have accepted the radioisotope dates of billions of years and attempted to fit long ages into the Bible.The implications of doing this are profound and affect many parts of the Bible.