After repeated failures to detect dark matter, whoever comes up with an explanation of why we can't detect it which enhances the popular science narrative of godless existence (SciPop), will get a Nobel Prize.
Before you choke with indignation about our stupidity because we're apparently unaware that there are photographs of a black hole, let's bring up the issue of epistemology. What is knowledge?
All current cosmological models show that somewhere between %80-85 of the mass of the universe is missing. Based on our understanding of particle physics we can move this number up to %90. Where is it?
Based on our first Principle, God Can't Lie and the Bible is True, it must be possible to use the Bible to deduce an accurate model of the cosmos. We're not talking about the Star Trek universe of the popular science paradigm (SciPop).
Different Bible versions, by which we mean English translations, differ broadly in how they render the original languages. A lot of people use this as an excuse to discount the Bible as being inaccurate and unreliable.
In a similar manner to that in which God said: Let there be light, the light was a reaction to nuclear fusion; when God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, it was a reaction to the creation of of gravity.
Mass sinks in time, into stratified layers of sediment: a solid core on fire in the darkness, sunk in the shadow of death. (Job 28:3) MP Technical Paraphrase
People who believe the Bible also believe that there are right Bibles and wrong Bibles. The reasons for why are so complicated that a recent attempt to "shed light" on the issue may be the worst book ever written.
One of our favorite ways to study the Bible is to follow a doctrine through from the first time it's mentioned to the last. This is a great way to develop understanding of the doctrine in the broad narrative of scripture.