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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Theory is the SciPop Word for Faith

Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.

(Hebrews 11:3) KJV

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

We all have exactly the same evidence.
Our choice of paradigm determines what we believe it’s evidence of.

– Matty’s Razor

We show that the words faith and theory are synonyms. Sight and empirical are also synonyms. Empirical evidence is what we see. What we choose to believe about it is our faith.

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We’re moving

We just got to the end of Biblio’s Blood on Instagram (the story so far) and I’m getting ready to start a new series. I have to say I’m really excited about the Christmas holiday, as it’s going to be all about Biblio’s Blood, including moving to a new domain! Between now and then I was thinking about running through all of the Matty’s Paradigm material again, but I’m pausing to think for a moment. I love sharing Matty’s Paradigm on Instagam because it’s a safe, friendly place where I can relax and let it out in the form of a casual conversation. Instagram is non-judgemental and supportive. Not like Twitter.

Matty’s Paradigm has been slowly bubbling away for many years until a year ago I began blogging it. Twitter immediately became the battleground where all of the issues and ideas have been subjected to hard fighting. In some ways it is reminiscent of wrestling with God, perhaps like what Jacob experienced in Genesis. Wrestling perfectly summarises Twitter, but I have to give it its dues: there is no better forum for ideas. I feel like Matty’s Paradigm is being rigorously stress tested. It’s been a year of fierce battles and huge success, so in the run up to Christmas I’m going to chill out. I have decided to begin to pull together all the material I have that is based on my life in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and Wake Forest University. I hope that you’ll enjoy it.