i have this idea that i want to open to scrutiny on this forum. It its roughly true, then this idea Is easy to argue from religious vs atheist views…but i wonder, what about YEC vs TEism?
So here goes…a leap of faith so to speak…i could very well go up in flames here as im venturing into an area i know little about (however, i like to learn new things)
From my elementary reading and understanding…which im sure will regularly have “little scientific grammatical errors and spelling mistakes” so to speak…
The discovery of background microwave radiation appears to me to demonstrate that no matter which direction we measure its wavelength from, the results show that everything in the outermost reaches of that spectrum is the same distance from us? (EDIT…not same distance exactly as that is an extrapolation…same point in time as it is measuring cooling)
If the background radiation is showing similar time/distance from the earth to outmost reaches of the measurable spectrum, and the universe is 13.7 billion years old, and science study on the planet itself tells us the earth is 4.54 billion years old…how can the earth be about 1/3 of the way along the universe’s timeline when the background microwave radiation appears to disagree with the age of the earth?
(13.7/4.54 =3.01…so its near enough to 1/3 for the purposes of this dicussion)
Do you not see a problem in time for the age of the earth in light of the above? (pardon the pun)
I think below reasonable conclusion from the above statement…
If we are 1/3 of the way along the universal timeline as proven by observational science on the ground here, and yet the background microwave radiation says we are for all intents and purposes equidistant from the outmost reaches of that spectrum, then the earth must be much closer to the origins of the big bang than 1/3 of the way out along the timeline!
The above appears to be evidence in support of the biblical model ie that the universe is timeless like God is, and the earth is relatively young…ie less than 10,000 years