Starlight, Time and the New Physics
Dr. John Hartnett
Despite increasingly compelling arguments for biblical creation, many still doubt the Bible's clear timescale because, they think, it is impossible for light to have reached Earth in only a few thousands of years from stars that are millions of light-years away.
This misconception is often the ultimate stumbling block to a straightforward acceptance of the Bible-even the gospel itself.
Positively, the answer to the creationists' starlight problem 'falls out' of the same equations that, in the process, do away with many of the props for big bang thinking. Inspired by the pioneering creationist physicist D. Russell Humphreys, and building on the work of secular cosmologist Moshe Carmeli, physics professor John Hartnett employs the evidence which demands another revolution in cosmological physics.
Supporting technical papers make up a series of technical appendices, so that the main text of Starlight, Time and the New Physics is easily digestible for the intelligent layperson.