Thanks for the plug.....<quoted text>
[sigh] we don't complain that creation.com and AIG are not valid because they are Christian, we complain (or more correctly point out the obvious) when they come out with crap like this, and call it science.
"If we accept all observations about the universe, realizing they are tainted with certain assumptions, which may be wrong, then creationists have a starlight-travel-time problem. This is true if we believe only 6,000 years have passed since the creation of the most distant light sources, and that they were all created at that time, as measured by normal Earth clocks, and we hold to the convention that the timer was started when the star was created. But if the timer was started when the light first arrived on Earth, when someone first saw the event, then this is the Anisotropic Time Convention,6 and there is no light-travel-time problem. There is nothing to answer"
I mean only a religiously biased cretin, whom had no idea of how science works, that rejects all evidence that conflicts with scripture without even examining it would call the above a rational statement ......
... Oh hang on, I forgot.
But you are quite wrong
As a Christian creationist
I DEMAND that creation.com believe as they do
I will settle for nothing less than complete and utter belief in the Scriptures
At no time has science been at odds with the Bible