Creation science in The Netherlands

The knowledge of Creation Science in The Netherlands is dismissal. The reformed Dutch newspaper "Het Reformatorisch Dagblad" has published a Darwin digi-magazine. This might have gotten a C thirty years ago, but it's definitively an F today. Actually, an F -, because it doesn't work on Linux

We get howlers like 2 + 2 = 4, but it has not been proven that this could have been 2 + 2 = 5 in the past. They don't actually say this, but it's at about the same level: "Light speed could have been different in the past." Or this one, to explain why we see stars that are millions of light years away (this light should take millions of years to arrive here). Het RD says: God might have created the light "in-transit". It's a similar argument that explains fossils with: God put those in the ground.

First of all, this has very little to do with science. It's a magic wand: if we don't know, we just say God made it. It's like evolutionists explaining every feature of our 9 planets with: and then a comet hit them, so that's why it rotates that way, looks that way, or does X. It's not an explanation. And it simply disregards 30 years of hard work by creation scientists.

But secondly, that God created the star light  in-transit so to speak, must be wrong. For example if we see a Super Nova that is 170,000 light years away, would that mean that God shows us an event that has not happened? That is very hard to believe. We do not see things in the sky that are not there and did not actually happen.

For the reader interested in the creationist answer, read How can distant starlight reach us in just 6,000 years?