Waters Above the Heavens
Praise him, you highest heavens,(Psalms 148:4) English Standard Version
and you waters above the heavens!
There is, or was, water above the firmament (heavens). The firmament is a sphere of rigid crystal on the edge of space. Wait, what? Doesn’t that go against all of the laws of physics?
The preferred spatial orientation of the weak nuclear force is evidence for an absolute frame of reference within the broad narrative of scripture, the broad narrative of physics and it’s compatible with our unified theory of everything. The firmament is the missing 90% of the mass of the universe and it’s been detected as a brightly shining wall on the edge of space.
We all have the same evidence. Our choice of paradigm determines what we think it’s evidence of.– Matty’s Razor
When the Lord saw how wicked everyone on earth was and how evil their thoughts were all the time, he was sorry that he had ever made them and put them on the earth. He was so filled with regret that he said, “I will wipe out these people I have created, and also the animals and the birds, because I am sorry that I made any of them.”(Genesis 6:5-7) Good News Translation
Firstly, where did the water go? It poured through the windows of heaven at the time of Noah’s flood. We (that’s me and the Holy spirit) discuss this in detail in the devotional for August when we consider the evidence for Noah’s flood.
Secondly, it probably seems outrageous to say that there’s a sphere of rigid crystal on the edge of space and that the Earth is at the center of a spherical cosmos, after all, what about 1) Copernicus? Didn’t the heliocentric theory disprove this at the time of 2) Galileo? Doesn’t 3) Einstein’s relativity make it impossible for there to be an absolute frame of reference?
- Copernicus didn’t produce a predictive testable hypothesis for heliocentricity,
- his theory isn’t scientific,
- he wrote the first episode of Star Trek, it wasn’t Gene Roddenberry.
- Galileo disproved an incorrect geocentric model in use at the time,
- but that’s not the same as proving heliocentricity.
- Relativity was Einstein’s attempt to induce a rationalization of heliocentricity,
- it’s not proof of anything.
Faith is believing in something that you can’t see, because of evidence.– Faith, definition
Beyond THE NARRATIVE
Heliocentricity isn’t empirical it’s theoretical. Theoretical means imaginary. Copernicus was the first to explain how it’s possible to imagine the cosmos from a different frame of reference than the Earth. Frame of reference is another expression for point of view (POV). The problem with heliocentricity and relativity is that they’re theoretical, in other words, imaginary. What’s real, our empirical reality, is what we can see with our eyes from our vantage point here on Earth.
Frame of Reference
- We’re on the Earth.
- We observe the cosmos from the Earth.
- We observe that the cosmos orbits the Earth every day.
- Our frame of reference is empirically, and inherently, Geocentrospheric.
Here on Earth we have an absolute frame of reference but, unfortunately, that’s exactly what a false narrative of godless existence can’t have. On one hand, if the Earth is at the center of the universe then God must have created it that way, there’s no other explanation.
On the other hand, if the Earth orbits the sun which is drifting through space, then you can make up any theory of origins that you want. If you use academic community, who are disproportionately atheist intellectual elites, then you can put the peer review stamp of approval on it and ostracize anyone who doesn’t toe the line.
Heliocentricity is imagining the cosmos from the POV of the sun, in order to support the premise that there’s no absolute frame of reference, and this is for the purpose of denying the role of our creator God. It is a modern manifestation of sun worship, and we give it the name Solianity.
- Call upon the name of Jesus Christ,
- believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,
- confess your sin.
Waters Above the Heavens – Navigation
|1||Waters Above the Heavens||Psalms 148:4|
|Spatial Orientation and the Weak Nuclear Force||Psalms 104:5|
|The Broad Narrative of Physics||Colossians 2:8|
|2||The Narrative of Heliocentricity||Daniel 1:21|
|Beyond Einstein||Isaiah 19:3|
Read through the Bible in a year
|Reading plan||February 19|
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