Unreliable Dating of Human Fossils

First, a bit of something that grinds my gears. Many articles and videos (including the one featured below) are titled in the form of a question, and some folks seem compelled to reply without dealing with the material. News flash: Writers are not asking for opinions, they are answering the question in the title. You savvy?

There are people who want to know if the dating methods used on human fossils can be trusted, and what kinds of problems such vast numbers of years present for the Bible. Those used on human fossils have problems.

Homo naledi skeletal specimens, Wiki Comm / Lee Roger Berger research team (CC BY 4.0)
I reckon it's easy to get the idea that the dates assigned to fossils of humans, apes, and alleged humans are correct. After all, these are knowledgeable people who speak with authority and tell us the dating methods used. They can even go into the details of the processes if we ask nicely.

But not only are there problems with the processes, all dating methods require certain assumptions. Add to this that secularists often select the result they like best out of several possibilities, and we can see that radiometric dating is actually no threat to the veracity of the Bible.
How do these methods really work? The topic may sound dry and technical to some, but the basic concepts are easy to understand and uncover valuable truths about human limits and our dependence on God’s Word to understand science properly. You’ll hear these terms repeatedly for the rest of your life (usually in defense of millions of years), so it helps to have a simple answer at hand. Let’s do some digging!

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