Again, I urge you to actually seek information about astromomy, instead of just arguing from ignorance.
There is absolutely nothing in the BB theory that precludes new stars being formed continuously.
You are evidently missing the scale of things here. A solar system is a microscopic speck in the universe. The effect of expansion is not perceptible on a solar system scale. In fact, it is barely perceptible on the scale of a galaxy.
Where on Earth did you get the idea that black holes are stationary? Black holes are not particularly predicted by the BB theory, but they are indeed predicted by the laws of physics.
Meteors are also part of the solar system. Within that scale, the expansion of space is, as already mentioned, infinitessimal.
The order is guided by the laws of physics.
No, I am not missing anything about the solar systems being a large, but extremely small part of this universe. The thing strict atheist don't realize is that the expansion part isn't all that important, because in all reality how did solar systems that contain a rather good deal of gravity come into play. Also about the production of new stars, it is evident that there is NO banging or expansion of the universe from that vantage point going on there.
So, these new stars are not expanding with the rest of the universe, hmm this is strange because everything in the universe should be moving. Anyways, even if the entire universe is expanding, it poses no problem for a creationist model simply because that may just be the way God intended it to be. Because God created all things with age during the creation. It only makes sense that God would have done this simply because thats how we as humans need it to be just to view the light being produced by stars, and galaxys from our position here on earth.
Anyways, I have taken your advice about looking into astronomy. Very interesting stuff really.