I am unable to reconcile the Big Bang theory and the wmap. If space and time expanded at the very moment matter was created. The wmap which indicates the hot and cold spots, the microwave radiation from the entirety should have already been radiated out to the edge of spacetime at that time and earth in its composite star dust would still be part of the picture. How is it that we get the wmap radiations billions of years later?
The microwave background radiation is not from the instant of the Big Bang, but from a time roughly 300,000 years after the Big Bang.
"The place that emanated the light that we are detecting" was a good distance away from us when that light was emanated.
The universe being truly infinite, it doesn't matter how far away you need to go in order to have light take a given amount of time to reach us. It's still a finite distance, more than easy enough to fit within the bounds of an infinite universe.
Trivia: The day will come when we can no longer see the background radiation. But not because of distance problems. Rather it will be because, as the expansion of the universe accelerates, eventually we will begin speeding away from the background radiation faster than the speed of light.