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"They tell you that the light from that twinkling star took 100 billion years to reach us."
Whoever "they" are, they are not competent astronomers. Such a star may exist, but it is not visible to even the best telescope. Its distance from Earth is almost 8 times the age of the Universe thus far (all the way from the Bang), and that would make it invisible. Even if the light traveled through a passing wormhole, the star would only be visible for a few seconds, and it would be hard to distinguish from a fluke in the equipment used to observe it.
This error aside, it is outside the behavior of a loving God to lie to us systematically in the natural record. Like all Young Earth ramblings, this article conveniently ignores this latter point.
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