He Defended It

And after him was Shammah the son of Agee the Hararite. And the Philistines were gathered together into a troop, where was a piece of ground full of lentiles: and the people fled from the Philistines. But he stood in the midst of the ground, and defended it, and slew the Philistines: and the LORD wrought a great victory.

(2 Samuel 23:11-12) KJV

This post is part of the WHY? devotional for April.

Features of the Geocentrospheric Model

  1. Central spherical earth,
    • compatible with the core accretion model.
  2. Spherical crystalline firmament on the edge of space,
    • the missing %90 of the mass of the universe,
    • the brightly shining wall detected by Voyager and New Horizons,
    • the reason why SciPop invented dark matter.
  3. Gravitational time dilation,
    • at the surface of earth about 6,000 has passed since creation,
    • the remote regions of the cosmos may be 13.8 billion years old.
  4. There’s only one sun,
    • the sun is a fraction of the mass of earth,
    • this is calculated using Kepler’s and Newton’s laws,
    • earth is F1, the sun is F2 in Kepler’s laws,
  5. Stars are unknown luminous material (ULM),
    • the majority of this is crystalline firmament material (CFM),
    • CFM gives us a source for the data which SciPop calls exoplanets.
  6. We can account for all physical evidence and empirical observations such as,
    • redshift (gravitational time dilation) and,
    • blueshift (stars are on collision course with earth).
  7. It allows the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy,
    • stars will fall to earth during the tribulation.

We’ve been defending the Geocentrospheric model in the Twitter community since December 25th, 2015. It can’t be refuted. There’s a simple reason why: It’s Biblically accurate.

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Two Trees

And the LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden; and there he put the man whom he had formed. And out of the ground made the LORD God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil.

(Genesis 2:8-9) KJV

This post is part of the WHY? daily devotional for March

We have lots of questions and definitions today. I thought I’d share them.

  • Question:
    • IF God created a perfect world which got ruined by accident,
    • THEN why was the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the garden of Eden?
  • Answer:
    • God didn’t create a perfect world.
  • Question:
    • WHY did God put the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the garden,
    • IF he knew that eating the fruit would ruin his creation?
  • Answer:
    • Eating the fruit didn’t ruin God’s creation.
  • Question:
    • IF God’s perfect world wasn’t supposed to fall into corruption, Plan A,
    • THEN was Christ’s death on the cross Plan B?
  • Answer:
    • God didn’t create a perfect world.
  • Question:
    • IF our soul is eternal,
    • WHY would we need a tree of life?
  • Answer:
    • The tree of life is for healing the body, not the soul.

Abiogenesis is the creative will of God expressed as progressively more complex biological life over the course of the 6 days of creation.

– Abiogenesis, definition

Devolution is change in allele frequency in a population, combined with accumulated mutations and DNA replication errors, that causes genomic decay, sickness, and loss of variability over time. It includes both macro and micro evolution. It began at the fall of man in Genesis 3:16.

– Devolution, definition

Devolution is the process of genetic change over time by which the animals saved on Noah’s ark gave rise to the distribution of current biodiversity.

– Devolution, context

Evolution on the scale required in the SciPop paradigm requires death. There was no death before sin, therefore the evolutionary basis of the Phylogenetic Tree of Life is impossible.

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