DPMS – Axiom I

There’s a causal relationship between space-time and gravity

My hand laid the foundation of the earth, and my right hand spread out the heavens; when I call to them, they stand forth together.

(Isaiah 48:13) ESV

Is gravity a property of matter and energy (space-time)? Newton thought so. So did Einstein. So does pretty much everybody alive today, except for us. The Bible describes the creation and purpose of gravity in the universe.

According to this doctrine gravity was created on the second day which means that previously matter, space and time existed in a zero-G environment. Popular science (SciPop) wants you to think that this is impossible. The problem is, it’s Biblical, so who are you going to believe?

The Newton/Einstein concept of gravity is a way to summarize a broad class of observations, but it’s an inductive rationalization of circumstantial evidence, it doesn’t give us the cause of gravity.

  • SCIPOP use of the gravitational constant G requires the assumption that gravity is a property of space-time. However, experimental observations of the proportional relationship between mass and gravity are circumstantial evidence. Genesis 1:2 shows that matter, space and time existed before gravity, therefore mass is proportional to gravity, not the other way around. You can only prove that space-time causes gravity if you assume it first. It’s circular reasoning.

There’s a lot involved in developing the theory of Biblical quantum gravity (BQG), and Matty’s law of Biblical gravitation, and we discuss it thoroughly in the devotional for February.

Gravity (A) is a field emitted from a created instance (a singularity) which causes a body to have attractive force (p) proportional to its mass and inversely proportional to the square of its distance from the source (pG).

G is the gravitational constant. This is a general physical law derived from empirical observations by using deduction.

– Matty’s Law of Biblical Gravitation

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