Beyond Distant Starlight: Next Steps For Creationist Cosmology


The question of how distant starlight can be seen in a young Universe has received much attention
within creationist research. But creationist cosmological models need to explain much else in addition
to the passage of light across vast distances. On both large and small cosmic scales there is a diverse
range of trends, patterns, and phenomena that beckon some kind of explanation. Many of these
can be understood plausibly within the framework of the standard “big bang” cosmology. But few
attempts have been made to integrate them into a model for a young Universe. After surveying the
astronomical evidence I discuss various avenues that creationist cosmology could profitably pursue
in facing this challenge.

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from Answers in Genesis

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