Fifty-Seven Years of Creation Astronomy Part II: Issues and Advances
A significant quantity of creation astronomy work has appeared since the launch of CRSQ. A previous article analyzed the breadth and diversity of this work. The present article complements the former by examining some of the issues raised by this literature. It first notes the importance of methodological precision (e.g., mindfulness of the distinction between mixed questions and science per se); second, it identifies major unresolved issues (light-travel time, the cosmic microwave background, and star-formation/development); and third, it notes areas of significant progress (exploration of the light-travel time issue and a nascent young-Earth model for Solar-System history).