Why was the lamb slain at the foundation of the world? So that light could become darkness, good could become evil, the sinless could become sin, and we could have sentient life with free will.
How do we know that the next life is constructed from a series of elements which we have no earthly counterparts for? It's not possible to make gold pure enough that it becomes transparent like glass.
In the particle trinity which we deduced from the first two verses of Genesis, the Holy Spirit is Omega, Oxygen. However, the Holy Spirit can't be just any Oxygen, or everyone would be filled with the Holy Spirit all the time.
A possible meaning of the word garnished could be: the wall of the city had foundations, which were decorated with precious stones. It’s a translation of the Greek word κεκοσμημένοι, from the root κοσμέω – kosmos.
The Lord Jesus refers to Himself as the Alpha and the Omega. There's more than one way to understand this, but it's possible to use deduction to ascertain which is the correct one.
Stoixeíon is translated as rudiments, principles or elements. It's the origin of the word stoichiometry, a term with specific meaning in physics and chemistry. The periodic table of elements is an example of stoichiometry.
The periodic table of elements is an example of stoichiometry. Considering the use of the word stoicheia in Colossians 2:8, we can do some simple deduction based on Genesis 1:2 and resolve the Holy Trinity as a chemical formula.
The streets of heaven are paved with gold so pure that it's transparent. It would seem that this isn't the same kind of gold that we have on Earth, but another element that's not part of the known periodic table.
Revelation 21 and 22 tell us about a type of Gold which is transparent like glass. We can deduce that it has a nuclei which consists of 10 ΩOxygen atoms.