I honestly haven't researched the different pieces of evolution. I think that I agree with you on that T.S., but I am not sure.
I also agree with the thought of a young earth. My sunday school teacher believes in an old earth, and once, my friend and I had a debate (sort of) with him. It was quite fun. Here is some of the points I brought up, complete with references.
The whole of the creation restored … to what?
The Bible says there will be a future restoration (Acts 3:21), with no death or suffering. How could all things be restored in the future to no more death and suffering unless the beginning was also free of death and suffering? The whole message of the gospel falls apart if you allow millions of years (with death and suffering) for the world's creation
~The moon is slowly drawing away from the earth, at the rate of 4 cm/year. 6,000 years ago, the moon would have been 12 miles closer to the earth. However, 1.4 billion years ago, the moon would have been touching the earth. Another problem is that once the moon was as close as 11,500 miles away from Earth, it would enter Earth’s Roche Limit and be shattered by Earth’s gravity.
~Comets are basically big balls of dirty ice that orbit the sun. Whenever their orbit nears the sun, they melt a little. If the earth were billions of years old, the comets would be all melted. One theory that scientists have is an Oort Cloud that replenishes Comets, but no evidence exists for such a thing.
~Spiral Galaxies are just that: galaxies that are in a spiral shape. Our own galaxy, The Milky Way, is a spiral galaxy. Spiral galaxies slowly rotate, but the inner regions of the galaxy rotate faster than the outer regions. As time goes on, the galaxy is getting all twisted up, and eventually will no longer be recognized as a spiral. If the universe were billions of years old, we would not see the spiral shape in galaxies, as we do.
~Canyons can form very quickly. Engineer’s canyon, for example, is located on Mount St. Helens, Washington. It was cut from mudflow after the eruption on March 19, 1982. This canyon is about 100 feet deep!
~It is also evident that rocks can form very quickly. People have found a petrified boot, sack of flour, and a clock. If it is proven that rocks can form quickly, why do scientists say that it takes billions of years?
Astronomy and the Bible. Produced by Mike Riddle. AiG, 2004.
Wright, David. "Feedback: Lunar Recession, Does it support a young universe." Answers in Genesis, 11 August 2006 <http://www.answersingenesis.org/go/lunar-recession
Ham, Ken ed. The New Answers Book 2. Arizona: Master Books, 2008.
I do have more if anyone is interested.