Presently, the speed of light is  is exactly 299,792,458 meters per second in a manmade vacuum
(670,616,629.384 miles per hour).

In the beginning, God spoke and Bing! Bang! Boom!

All joking aside, energy began moving outward as God spread it out. This lends to the possibility of a static universe. He formed the stars and planets from energy. Considering quantum mechanics and the ideas behind tachyons, I can see how things happened quicker than we're told. The fact that stars and other bodies were moved from a central location accounts for why we see distant celestial bodies in the night sky, relating to a big bang cosmology but not as such. The process would make it appear that the universe is expanding. Even if not, God has the ability to put things on fast forward outside our frame of reference. It's called a miracle, a huge scale miracle but miracle nonetheless.

Quantum mechanics sometimes seemingly defies physical law.

Secular science always excludes the personal God who answers prayer from its theories. However, science doesn't have to be secular. It doesn't. I reject the ideas that say it absolutely should be so.

Also see:
Brief History of lightspeed (c)
Tachyons, Time Travel, and Divine Omniscience
Faster Than Light - Wikipedia
Barry Setterfield
Implications of Non-Constancy
The Battle for the Cosmic Center

Jeremy Brown 2006

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