I read an interesting article: http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2009/01/faster-than-the.html
The basis of this article is that the speed of light may have been faster in the beginning of time. If this is true, could the age of the universe not be as old as currently thought? Does this mean we can no longer use the speed of light coming from a distant star as measurement of time? I predict a lot of back peddling by pro-evolution scientists now.
on a side note, I am working on an article to the reliability of the Bible, as requested before, but it is taking me a lot more time than expected. But rest assure it is coming and then we can have tons of fun with that topic.