It seems absolutely crazy that the only References on this article are to articles on the Answers in Genesis website?!!! 50something
Thanks, that was sloppy of me, I meant microwave radiation specifically.
The material found in the section " Young Earth Creationist View Regarding Starlight" is in Starlight problem which is a much more appropriate place for it. If there is need to reference it here, wouldn't a simple link to it be better? --Mtur 21:34, 15 May 2007 (EDT)
- Quick question, if "God created the light already in transit," does that mean the stars aren't really there at all, just the light that appears to be coming from them? The far away stars, I mean. Also, if the light really is originating and coming from the stars, isn't this the best proof of day-age creationism, that the time it took for the light from those distant stars to reach the earth was the time that the first "day" took? Mention this? Pandeism 23:07, 17 November 2007 (EST)