The universe is truly vast; tens of billions of light-years in size. If the universe is only about 6000 years old how do we see galaxies at all, which are more than 6000 light-years away? This is the biblical creationist starlight travel time problem. I present 5 categories wherein potential solutions may be found. Besides the big bang also has a light travel time problem—the horizon problem—besides many other various problems.
Lecture was given August 1st 2015. See Age and Reason Seminar Adelaide for details.
See also other lectures given at the same seminar:
- A 6000-year-old universe! Who says? Who cares?
- Development of an “old” universe in science
- Doesn’t radiometric dating prove the Earth is billions of years old?
- What about those 100-million-year-old dinosaur fossils?