Short answer: Probably not!
“Because the speed of light is tied to other fundamental constants (most critically the dimensionless fine structure constant), a varying speed of light in the past would have implications on what we see now unless the laws of physics were different in the past.”
“Although creationists can account for a change in the speed of light (we have a miracle worker), most creationist astronomers suggest alternative theories as a solution to the light travel time problem.”
“If the speed of light has changed in the past, the change would most likely occur at a time when miracles are freely allowed.1 For Evolutionists this is the Planck era, i.e. the first 5.39 × 10-44 s of the universe, where current theories of physics are not able to make retrodictions.2 For the creationist, this is Creation Week.”
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