I’m sorry Wookin, but that is simply not true.
I’ve said to you several times already that the age of the earth, and who or what did or did not evolve from what, are determined by measuring things. Measurement has nothing whatsoever to do with a “worldview devoid of God,” and it is the exact polar opposite of guessing.
Look, Wookin, I don’t know if I’ve explained this to you, but as far as I’m concerned, neither the age of the earth nor evolution are what concerns me. What causes me grief is seeing well-intentioned but badly informed brothers and sisters in Christ bringing God’s Word into disrepute by attempting to defend it with demonstrably untrue claims that do nothing whatsoever other than to showcase complete ignorance and in some cases even intellectual dishonesty. And on top of that, if they then start accusing anyone who rejects their demonstrable falsehoods of “compromise” or “rejecting the Bible” or “speaking with the voice of the serpent” or whatever, I’m sorry, but that is neither Biblical Christianity nor honest science. It is a cult.
Basically, as I’ve repeatedly said, if you’re going to try tackling creation and evolution, you need to make sure that you know what you are talking about and that your facts are straight. You may think that rejecting evolution is faith, but misrepresenting it – for example, by claiming that it is involves making assumptions or presuppositions that it does not – is lying. By continuing to insist that it’s all about “secular science” and “presupposition” and “a best guess,” when I and others have explained to you that it’s far, far more rigorous than that, you are just proving to everyone around that not only do you not have the faintest idea what evolutionary scientists and geochronologists actually do, but you have no desire whatsoever to learn either.