But, returning to the starlight question. Is it really true to say that the supernova we see is in some way not accurate because, according to the ordinary physical laws, there hasn't been enough time (under the YEC paradigm) for a star to explode and the result to be visible on Earth?
to which you directly resonded:
Yes. Even Ken Ham acknowledges the problem. Most of the responses on this thread implicitly concede the problem by countering that God didn't actually deceive us.
Time out. Time out. No. Of course all creation science (and even non-creation science) acknowledges a problem here with timing (in different ways) but that does not mean supernovae are in any way "inaccurate", more so our pre-conceptions need further tweaking than even what we have tweaked presently.
Wait, class is starting up and I will circle back in a little while.