Deducing Gravity

And David put his hand in his bag, and took thence a stone, and slang it, and smote the Philistine in his forehead, that the stone sunk into his forehead; and he fell upon his face to the earth.

(1 Samuel 17:49) KJV

Gravity is fundamental to the working out of God’s plan for creation. So how on Earth did we manage to deduce that gravity was created on the second day? There are three parts to this logic:

  1. Formless > Formed
  2. Orientation Under and Above
  3. Compass: Focus and Circumference

We use the change from formless to formed, the appearance of the orientation under and above, and the analogy of a drawing compass having a focus and circumference to deduce that gravity was created on the second day.

  • IF the deep was a formless body of water,
    • BUT is changed so that it has up/down orientation,
    • AND a central focus and perimeter circumference,
  • CAN we deduce the cause of this change?

It’s not hard to imagine that the creation of gravity could have brought about this change. We need to look at other passages which describe the early parts of the sequence of creation to see what we can find. This gives us two predictive testable hypotheses.

If God made a point in space the permanent center of creation, but yet he dwells above and apart from it, does this represent a sacrificial act? Did God have to give up part of himself to accomplish this? We’ll use deductive reasoning to investigate the possibility that gravity is God’s love, and see where this leads us. Is gravity part of the plan of redemption and salvation through faith in Jesus Christ?

David’s stone sunk into Goliath’s forehead. That’s an occurrence of one of our Hebrew gravity concepts, and the first ever gravity assist in recorded history.

October 24 – Principle IV

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