Everyone thinks that the theory of relativity has been proven. The thing is, the proof exists in a paradigm which is an inductive rationalization it's premise. It's scientific sleight-of-hand.
Doublethink is more than authoritarian propaganda of a dystopian society and we (that's me and the Holy spirit) show that it's the heart of the mainstream science narrative of godless existence (SciPop). It's used in descriptions of geological history.
The idea that evidence is neutral and we all have access to it is known as Matty's Razor. Evidence doesn't lead to a conclusion, it just is. How we interpret evidence is determined by what we believe. It's called cognitive bias.
I Don’t Need Proof
We're frequently challenged to prove the existence of God, but there's two reasons why it's neither necessary to do this: 1. We don’t need proof because we have faith, 2. Proof of God won’t help, God requires faith.
You Need Faith not Sight
Having proof of God would serve no purpose and, in fact, it would be counter-productive. If you want to choose God and escape the destruction that's coming, then this is what you need to know: faith is needed, not sight.
Proof of God Won’t Help You
On one hand, the Bible says that the truth about God is known to everyone, no one has an excuse to not believe. On the other hand, God doesn't have to personally intervene in our lives to prove himself to us.
The New Scientific Knowledge
Knowledge and facts are things which ought to be true regardless of what we believe about God or the origin of the universe. Therefore, something which is only true in the popular science paradigm (SciPop) isn't knowledge.
Faith = Evidence
You don't need to have faith in something if you can see it. Faith is needed when we can't see. However, that has nothing to do with evidence. As such, faith is believing in what you can't see because of evidence.
One of the best examples of how evidence is used incorrectly in the popular science paradigm (SciPop) is the worldwide distribution of sedimentary deposits and the evidence of Noah's flood.
Current popular science (SciPop) propaganda is that "faith is belief without evidence." However we all have the same evidence (Matty's razor) so the meme fails as a definition of faith.