Webb Telescope Confirming Creation Cosmology

After many years and a great deal of expense, the James Webb Space Telescope was put in orbit. Secularists have high hopes for the JWST regarding the Big Bang and life beyond Earth, and were greatly relieved that it is working properly. Now they think they can check out cosmic evolution.

It should be kept in mind that we are talking about preliminary findings, and peer-reviewed material takes longer to become available. It's the nature of that beast. We need to look back to see why all the ruckus.

The Big Bang may look good, but it has many flaws. Secularists had predictions about JWST images, so did creationists. Creationists were proven right.
JWST deep field galaxy cluster SMACS 0723, NASA / ESA / CSA / STScI (usage does not imply endorsement of site contents)
Regular readers have seen material on how the Big Bang, a concept that was mostly established in the early twentieth century, is often Frankensteined with new parts stitched in (rescuing devices). Although a tenet of faith for materialists who claim to love facts and science, there is no empirical evidence for the Big Bang. Lots of theory, lots of attempted confirmation bias, and it may look good on paper, but no evidence; it is not a "fact" despite the claims of misotheists on social(ist) media and elsewhere.

When people appeal to "consensus science", they make it appear that a subject under general agreement has no detractors and that the subject has been promoted to fact status. Might or majority do not establish factuality, old son. To doubt consensus is needful for intellectual integrity and for science itself. The Big Bang was strongly opposed when it was gaining acceptance. Eric Lerner wrote The Big Bang Never Happened, and when I was reading it, I thought the author was a creationist. I found out he had very different views, promoting plasma cosmology. When JWST photographs and articles appeared, he wrote an article. For a brief discussion on that, see "Did the Big Bang Really Happen?"

Scientific concepts often have models and can be tested. The origin of the universe can only be worked in computer models, and those are based on whatever parameters the scientists prefer. That means they are subject to biases. Despite the holes in the Big Bang, secularists still cling to it. They also made predictions of what would be found. It did not go well.

For the sake of providing more complete information from a biblical creation science perspective, here are some links:
As you may have noticed if you checked the above links, creation scientists also make predictions and did so about the James Webb images, as well as what will be found in the future. Dr. Jason Lisle explains some of the history about the JWST and the Big Bang. He also made some predictions that have come true in a big way, and creationists are expecting further confirmation of recent creation and refutations of deep time cosmology and cosmogony. Will secularists give up the Big Bang? Not hardly! The logical alternative would be special creation, and that is unthinkable to them.
Preliminary data and images from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) challenge secular ideas of galaxy formation and the big bang, but confirm biblical creation. 

The James Webb Space Telescope is now operational, properly calibrated, and actively collecting new images of the universe.  On July 11-12, 2022, the first images from the $10 billion space telescope were released to the public.  These included infrared images of Stephan’s Quintet (a collection of five galaxies), the Southern Ring Nebula, and portions of the Carina Nebula.  Each picture is a stunning illustration of the glory of the Lord (Psalm 19:1).  But one of the most interesting images from a scientific perspective is a deep field image showing the most distant galaxies in the universe so far detected.  This deep field image shows thousands of “mature” galaxies at distances far beyond what secular astronomers had expected.  These images are consistent with what biblical creationists predicted. 

The article is a bit on the long side and has some technical material, but I encourage you to make time to read it anyway. To do so, see "Creation Cosmology Confirmed!" The following video discusses some of these items and more: