Dr Richard Kent.

Dr Richard Kent. Is a retired medical doctor and full-time evangelist, He travels the world preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ and is involved with mission work on Death Row in the Philippines.
He is the author of The Final Frontier and Beyond The Final Frontier. He is also an expert on Near Death Experiences and has personally interviewed over 300 people who have died, gone to either haven or hell, and returned to tell others about their amazing experiences.
Freely you have received, freely give - MATTHEW 10:8

Thursday, 23 April 2015

Population Studies Indicate A Young Planet Earth.

Population Studies Indicate A Young Planet EarthAccording to the Star Tribune Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, July 24, 1999, "Last weekend the world's population topped 6 billion". 

In 1985 there were 5 billion people in the world.

In the year 1800 there were only 1 billion people in the whole world.

In the year 3 BC a Roman Census at the time of the Birth of Jesus Christ indicated that the population of the world was 250 million.

All text books teach that, and the world's population is growing rapidly.

Year World Population 
2000 6 Billion
1958 5 Billion 
1800 1 Billion 
3BC 250 Million 

The Bible teaches that: 

- 6,000 years ago God created the Universe.

- 4,400 years ago there was a Flood which destroyed everyone except for 8 people.

- The current population curve started 4,400 years ago.

Current growth curve based on Biblical time scales

If you start with 8 people 4,400 years ago, after Noah's Flood, a population of 6 Billion people over 4,400 years is perfectly reasonable.

Current growth curve based on Evolutionary Theory

- Evolutionists believe that the Earth is billions of years old, and that Human Life evolved millions of years ago.

- If Human Life started 3 million years ago, we would now have a world population of 150,000 people per square inch, and that is incredibly crowded!

- The population growth curve clearly demonstrates that Human Life did not start 3 million years ago.

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