But now your kingdom shall not continue. The LORD has sought out a man after his own heart, and the LORD has commanded him to be prince over his people, because you have not kept what the LORD commanded you.(1 Samuel 13:14) ESV
Deductive reasoning is a way to use logic to deduce the answers to questions, but it’s also used to deduce which questions we should be asking. We use a technique which we call deductive questioning.
Deductive Question 1
- 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?
- God didn’t create a perfect world.
Deductive Question 2
- 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?
- Eating the fruit didn’t ruin God’s creation.
Deductive Question 3
- IF God’s perfect world wasn’t supposed to be corrupted, Plan A,
- THEN was Christ’s death on the cross Plan B?
- God didn’t create a perfect world.
And David put his hand in his bag and took out a stone and slung it and struck the Philistine on his forehead. The stone sank into his forehead, and he fell on his face to the ground.(1 Samuel 17:49) ESV
Deduction is how we deduced that gravity was created on the second day in a zero-G environment. Deductive questioning allows us to generate the hypothesis that gravitational waves are emitted from the center of the Earth in response to fluctuations in the human death rate.
Gravity Deductive Question 1
- The largest source of gravity in the universe is the singularity at the center of the Earth,
- are gravitational waves being emitted from the Earth’s core?
- If they were, what would be the cause?
Gravity Deductive Question 2
- We recently detected gravitational waves,
- and we’ve deduced that the soul may be be a form of gravity,
- is this the reason why the soul has been formerly undetectable by science?
Gravity Deductive Question 3
- If souls are gravity nodes,
- and the core of the Earth is hell,
- could the addition of souls to hell cause gravitational waves?
- If so,
- as people die gravity is transferred from the crust to the core increasing the attractive force on the lower mantle,
- thus causing more debris to fall into the core resulting in the expansion of hell and global warming.
- Is this a hypothesis which we can test and is it predictive?
- IF the center of the Earth is the source of gravity for the entire universe,
- AND human souls are gravity nodes,
- THEN fluctuations in the human death rate are the cause of gravitational waves.
Deducing the Nature of God
And I will raise up for myself a faithful priest, who shall do according to what is in my heart and in my mind. And I will build him a sure house, and he shall go in and out before my anointed forever.(1 Samuel 2:35) ESV
When we combine what we know about gravity and its mode of action with what we know about the aspects and attributes of human life we can investigate the nature of God Himself.
Aspects and Attributes of Life
The Nature of God, deductive question 1
- IF God has a heart and a mind,
- AND the heart and mind are attributes of the soul,
- DOES God have a soul? YES
The Nature of God, deductive question 2
- IF the human soul is a gravity node,
- AND all souls began in the center of the Earth,
- THEN is the soul of God a gravitational singularity?
The Nature of God, deductive question 3
- IF God’s soul is a gravitational singularity,
- AND it’s the one which caused the Earth to form on the second day at the center of the universe?
- THEN is this how it could be literally true and physically possible for us to have been in him before the foundation of the world?
The Nature of God, deductive question 4
- IF God’s soul is the gravitational singularity at the center of the Earth,
- IS this idea compatible with the broad narrative of scripture which includes
- the plan of redemption,
- the eventual destruction of the present Earth,
- its replacement with a new heaven and a new Earth,
- the permanent physical separation of light from darkness, good from evil?
We’re going to take God at His word that the Bible is sufficient, and then examine atoms and molecules for ourselves.