Relative dating methods example
The reason this age may not be a true age—even though it is commonly called an absolute age—is that it is based on several crucial assumptions.
Determining the relative age of a rock layer is based on the assumption that you know the ages of the rocks surrounding it.
A fear of God and reverence for His Word is the beginning of wisdom.
Starting with the Bible and developing a model for dating events in earth history will lead us to the truth.
The starting isotope is called the parent and the end-product is called the daughter.
The time it takes for one half of the parent atoms to decay to the daughter atoms is called the half-life.