April 9th

Pulling Down Strongholds

(For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;) Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ;

(2 Corinthians 10:4-5) KJV

The Geocentrospheric cosmological model in Matty’s Paradigm is a) empirical (directly observable) and b) meets the requirements of Kepler’s laws. The heliocentric theory is neither a) nor b).

Galileo

The first domino is Galileo. His use of stellar parallax to support a heliocentric model is inherently flawed because it depends on assuming 2 things:

  1. Heliocentricity,
  2. stars are suns.

Here is why these assumptions are flawed:

  1. The assumption of heliocentricity is required because measurements of parallax have to be taken 6 months apart, when the earth is on either side of the sun. The assumption has been made before the measurements are taken. That’s circular reasoning.
  2. The idea that stars are suns isn’t Biblical. It’s an inductive rationalization of evidence to fit the premise that stars are suns. That’s inductive, reductive circular reasoning.
Stellar Parallax vs. Matty’s Parallax

Measurements are measurements. They are what they are. The reason for why they are what they are is where you depend on your faith. Do you want to believe heliocentricity? If so, your explanation is the top part of the diagram. Do you understand that heliocentricity is theoretical, it’s not observed, and it depends on unproven assumptions? Your explanation is the bottom part of the diagram.

The Galileo stronghold has been pulled down.

Kepler

The natural person does not accept the things of the Spirit of God, for they are folly to him, and he is not able to understand them because they are spiritually discerned. The spiritual person judges all things, but is himself to be judged by no one. “For who has understood the mind of the Lord so as to instruct him?” But we have the mind of Christ.

(1 Corinthians 2:14-16) ESV

The next domino is Kepler. Kepler’s laws are empirical, that means that they are confirmed by direct observation. Kepler proved that the sun is at one focus of elliptical planetary orbits. Ellipses require two foci. Kepler observed the planetary system his laws describe orbiting the earth every day. However, Kepler wasn’t able to identify the second focus in his laws. He was standing on it.

Kepler’s Laws

Elliptical planetary orbits have 2 foci, that means that two sources of gravity are required.

This is resolved in the Geocentrospheric model: earth is f1, the sun is f2.

We have wondered if Kepler was incompetent, stupid, driven by the desire to have the heliocentric model be accepted, or something else.

Was he trying to be strategic?

Kepler was, supposedly, a Christian. If so, he may have realized that a dogmatic insistence on a flawed Geocentric system would make the church seem out of touch with reality. Did he make the choice to talk like he knew God while advancing a godless agenda?

That’s called compromising. No matter how good you think your reason for compromising, the results are never what you expect.

The heliocentric model doesn’t have a physical cause for why planetary orbits are elliptical. When bodies orbit one focus the orbit is circular. We don’t observe circular planetary orbits.

This is one of the blind spots in Physics which hasbeen* University lecturers like to gloss over with unscientific fluff that they think makes them look like geniuses.

However, there’s no scientifically identified reason for why Kepler’s laws are what they are. All SciPop has is untestable fluff. This is the weakest link in the theoretical foundation of the SciPop paradigm.

Kepler’s Laws and their pseudoscientific explanation are a small thermal exhaust port in the intellectual Death Star of SciPop.

When we understand that the Earth is at the center of creation and that the Sun orbits the earth we can develop a model which meets the requirements of Kepler’s laws.

The two foci of elliptical planetary orbits are the earth (f1) and the sun (f2). Venus and Mercury orbit the Sun which is f1 in their orbits. The Sun orbits the Earth which is f2 in their orbits. The other planets, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn etc. orbit the Earth-sun binary system.

The Kepler stronghold has been pulled down.

godless Existence

See, I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kingdoms, to root out, and to pull down, and to destroy, and to throw down, to build, and to plant.

(Jeremiah 1:10) KJV

The next domino is godless existence. People believe heliocentricity because they want to. Heliocentricity is the first step in removing God from our daily awareness. If we can look at the sun or the stars and think that SciPop has got it all figured out, then we can fool ourselves into thinking that there’s no God and, therefore, no judgment for sin. It’s obviously not working for anybody. Guilt for unconfessed sin is the reason for a lot of mental illness and depression in the world today.

If we want to understand the mind of God we have to believe Him. However, you don’t have to reject the heliocentric model to be saved. Believing in Jesus Christ is all you need for that. But once you are saved, do you want to know the mind of God?

*Here’s a hasbeen University lecturer who needs you to believe that the universe is a sheet of spandex so that you’ll think he’s brilliant because he fixed Kepler’s laws.

The godless existence stronghold has been pulled down. Whether you believe me or not, you should get used to the idea that the stronghold of SciPop has been pulled down. Just file that thought away. It’ll come up again. You wait.

Read through the Bible in a year

Reading planApril 9
Linear2 Kings 13-15
Chronological1 Samuel 4-8
– Read 3 chapters every day and 5 chapters on Sundays

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