True or False, Creationism violates all of the laws of physics?

Not only would it violate the law of conservation of matter and energy, but Einsteins general thoery of relativity because the light from galaxies that are billions of light-years away would have had to travel at many billions of times the speed of light for stars to be visible. If the speed of light is broken,... show more Not only would it violate the law of conservation of matter and energy, but Einsteins general thoery of relativity because the light from galaxies that are billions of light-years away would have had to travel at many billions of times the speed of light for stars to be visible.

If the speed of light is broken, then electromagnetism no longer works. Atoms wouldn't exist, there would be no stars.

All of the physical constants in nature require the universe to be 13.7 billion years old, because that is the only way the forces of nature can sustain the universe in its present state.

You being alive is absolute proof that the universe is this old.
Update: @Bodhi if the universe was created, it doesn't matter when it was created if God exist outside of time then it invalidates their dates of creation all together because time wouldn't yet exist, and the universe is still 13.7 billion years old.
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