Ah, yes. Now we see the insults begin.<quoted text>
God is great and God put it there. Oh come on, why can't you see the obvious? I am praying for you.
God bless you.
PS - your monkey mother wants to know why you never write!!!
I anticipated your answer, since it is one that creationists give quite often. However, this answer raises other disturbing questions.
For example, in 1987 we observed a spectacular supernova in the Larger Magellanic Cloud, a small galaxy about 100,000 light years away. Meaning it happened about 100,000 years ago.
So, if your thesis is correct, and God created the light on the way, that means this supernova never happened...because nothing is older than 10,000 years. In other words, God just made stuff up that never happened.
In fact, we see supernovae in far off galaxies all the time, ones that are millions or even billions of light years away. Meaning the supernovae would have happened million or billions of years in the past...along with all sorts of other celestial events.
Are you claiming they never happened? That God just made it look like they happened? That God is lying to us?