Population and the Age of the Earth
How long has mankind been living on Earth? Evolutionists say millions of years. The answer coming up on today’s Creation Moments Minute.
On the average, it only takes about 130 years to double the Earth’s population. This figure fits into known historical records. And if anything, it’s a conservative number. So if human history is 2 million years, as the evolutionists say, the Earth ought to have a lot more people than it does now.
But if we start with the eight people on Noah’s Ark and reckon that the population doubles every 130 years, we find that it takes only about 4,000 to 4,500 years to get a population of 1 billion. And that was the Earth’s population in the year 1800 – just about 4,200 years after the Flood, through which only eight people were saved to repopulate the Earth! World population statistics support the Bible, not evolution!
Ref: Weigand, Cleone H. 1985. “Morality remains the best way to stem population growth.” Milwaukee Journal,