Distant Starlight - The Anisotropic Synchrony Convention

by Dr. Jason Lisle  
January 1, 2010

Some galaxies are so far away that even light would take billions of years to travel that distance. But since we see these galaxies, their light must have traveled from there to here. So if the light really took billions of years to get here, then the universe would therefore be billions of years old. But this interpretation clashes with a straightforward reading of the Bible.

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