Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.(2 Timothy 2:15) KJV
Ever since Copernicus mainstream science (SciPop) has framed the narrative of human origins. Why Copernicus and not Darwin? A coherent narrative for godless existence has to start with heliocentricity, not evolution.
Heliocentricity sets the stage for evolutionary origin of humanity, supposedly the antidote to creation. There’s no point having a theory of evolution if people believe that the sun orbits the Earth. Why? The only reason why the sun would orbit the Earth is if God created it that way, there’s no other explanation. By contrast, if the Earth orbits the sun then God becomes an optional extra in a narrative which he’s not the cause of. Separate the cosmos from God and then the evolutionary origin of humanity sounds plausible.
Heliocentric or Geocentrospheric?
- IF you were on the Sun you’d be observing heliocentricity,
- SINCE you’re not, you’re on the Earth, you’re observing Geocentrosphericity.
The SciPop narrative has billions of years of time before humanity stands upright, uses a tool, discovers fire and then writes poems to impress girls. Fast forward to modern times and we have an outstanding work of historic literature called the Bible with what looks like a confusing jumble of mythology.
Many people have tried to make sense out of the Bible by using inductive reasoning but it’s seriously hindered by the fact that it describes the origin of the universe in a way which doesn’t fit the SciPop narrative. As a result, no one can find where the mythological jumble begins or ends. In our time the mythology has been interwoven with relativity so that there’s no absolute frame of reference, either of space or time. All of the many scientific concepts we have mastered get plugged in randomly. There’s no time frame which makes sense, so time is considered to be irrelevant. Prophecy about the future is considered to be the past, the past is considered to be poetic speculation about the meaning of life. This is a profound problem, because any attempt to relate cause and effect doesn’t work. No one knows what’s a cause and what’s an effect.
By contrast we’re using deductive reasoning, and we have an absolute frame of reference, both in space and time. Unfortunately we find that a lot of things that Christians have believed about the Bible for generations don’t make any sense at all, so we refute them. However, it’s nothing personal, and the gospel is still the gospel.
- Call upon the name of Jesus Christ,
- believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead,
- confess your sin.
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