Missouri Town Cancels Cosmos Because ‘Show Claims Earth Is 4.5 Billion Years Old, When It’s Only 6,000 Years Old’

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In the most recent episode of Cosmos, titular narrator Neil DeGrasse Tyson went full out with The Big Lie.  The greatest lie of evolutionary theory is that of the Earth’s age.  These supposed learned people claim Earth is over 4.5 billion years old, despite there being no evidence whatsoever to support that ridiculous claim.

I preached a sermon and lead a protest in my town because the most recent show went too far over the line.  Claiming the Earth is 4.5 billion years old, then demonizing those who say otherwise, is just mean-spirited and not true science.  It is manipulative and discriminating against Creation Science.  Now New York Times, HuffPost and others are barking at my doorstep, mocking our beliefs and trying to figure out why we ‘don’t like Tyson’.

Here is a big reveal for you non-believers out there:  there is an ultimate proof that the Earth is 6,000 years old.  You can find that proof here.

The Bible stands for Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth.  When you realize the universe was created by the omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent God, it does not seem so mind staggeringly big that you have to make up obscene numbers to claim humans ‘evolved’ from monkeys.  You don’t need to falsify a timeline to make your claims.

There is a reason towns in the Heartland of America are cancelling Cosmos from their tv stations.  The show is full of dangerous, poisoned lies that threaten the future of humanity.

I challenge any non-Creationist to answer one question:  how does something come from nothing?biblical-vs-secular-timelines

If we are to believe in Evolutionary Theory and Tyson’s claims that Earth is 4.5 billion years old, then where did it all come from?

If matter cannot be destroyed or created, then how does a universe chock full of matter exist?  While you fail to answer that question, I will give you the real answer.

In the Beginning, GOD…

That is right.  In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.

The Earth was without form and it was void in the beginning.  What does that mean to us and people like Neil DeGrasse Tyson?

Simple.  God is the true universal constant.  God has always existed.  He is the Alpha and Omega, the solution to evolutionist’s major problem with thermodynamics.  Matter cannot be created or destroyed, unless there is a controlling force who can create it.  God created the universe and the laws that govern our ability to explore it.

Cosmos was supposed to resolve the issue of faith and science for those who cannot wrap their head around one important concept.  One can never fully understand the universe, until they accept God.

The Earth’s age, by carbon dating, is easily explained:  God created the ‘elements’ of the universe billions of years ago, therefore, when we carbon date things we find the Earth looks really old.  But the truth is civilized life on Earth is not necessarily old, it is instead that the building blocks that make up Earth are old.

God just did not assemble them as we know them as long as some scientists predict.  Biblical timelines make this truth very clear.

And if Neil DeGrasse Tyson continues to lie about such things, we have no choice but to keep protesting and supporting towns who refuse to air Cosmos on their local airwaves.