Conflict between Science and Genesis is a recent phenomenon which goes back only 200 years to the time when geologists such as James Hutton first speculated on the great age of the earth. Over the past 30 years, great advances have been made in geological dating methods; but similar advances have been made in our understanding of the ancient history of Mesopotamia, the cradle of Genesis history. Also in recent years, new understandings have been reached about the intimacy of divine revelation, in Churches such as Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship. This book attempts to weave these three strands together to achieve a new understanding of God's revelation to the first Man. To summarise these strands, a few links are presented here to highlight some of the evidence available.
Radiocarbon dating is one out of many geological dating methods based on the decay of natural radioactive isotopes. This link is to my specialist textbook on these methods.
God revealed himself to Adam ('the man') in ancient Mesopotamia. The Louvre houses some of the greatest of ancient Mesopotamian artifacts and literary works, of which are few are on their web site.
Recent examples of God's personal revelations to mankind are found in the magazine of Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship: TACF.