Nor Handling the Word of God Deceitfully

But we have renounced the hidden things of shame, not walking in craftiness nor handling the word of God deceitfully, but by manifestation of the truth commending ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God.

(2 Corinthians 4:2) NKJV

We’ve not been deceitful about how we’ve handled the Word of God. At the outset we committed to a deductive approach based on the premise that God can’t lie. If God can’t lie then the Bible is true.

If the Bible is true then mainstream science (SciPop), in its current form, simply can’t be, they’re mutually exclusive.

God can’t lie and the Bible is true.

Principia Mattymatica – Principle I

Not only have we chosen the premise God can’t lie and the Bible is true, we’ve also advanced a form of Biblical literalism which is far beyond what Biblical literalists think is possible. We can take passages that literalists refer to as “flowery poetic language” and mine them for a plan for the particle physics of the universe, a theory of gravity and a description of the core accretion model.

We don’t impute meaning to the words of scripture, we look to find out what meaning they already have. This has given us the Sophia Proton thought experiment and Hypothesis 22.

Predictive Testable Hypothesis 22

  • IF the Holy spirit is the power of God to inspire human writers,
    • AND the physics of the universe has been encoded into scripture so that it’s
      1. obvious and
      2. invisible
  • THEN phrases or words that look like biology, chemistry, geology or physics should be treated as if they are biology, chemistry, geology or physics
    • AND the science will be congruent with the scriptural context.

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