How can we see distant galaxies in a young universe?

Some galaxies are billions of light years away. So, if there haven't been changes to the universe in the past, it would take the light from those galaxies billions of years to get here. Why are we seeing them if God created recently? Watch the entire episode at: https://creation.com/cml8-07

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