We (that's me and the Holy spirit) have communion with God through the Holy spirit. We're in, essentially, a permanent state of prayer. The reason why we do this is to understand and experience joy. True joy
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) have deduced a theory of gravitation from the Holy Bible which makes the Newton/Einstein paradigm obsolete (SciPop). Of course you don't believe us. That's why we're going to prove it, using golf.
Every particle in the universe attracts every other particle in the universe with a force which is proportional to the sum of their mass and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
So we (that's me and the Holy spirit (my imaginary friend (sent by my magical sky daddy))) have been practicing golf. Why, of all things, golf? Well, for one,
Consider this for instance. If this passage from Judges is to be believed, and why wouldn't we believe it since it's in the Bible, the stars fought against Sisera. The stars really can't do that if they're distant suns and galaxies.
We have to account for a passage in Psalm 18 where the Bible tells us that God is in both 1) thick darkness and 2) has brightness before Him, at the same time and in the same context.
A word frequently translated as the grave is the Hebrew שְׁא֣וֹל – sheol, but sheol is far more than just the grave. The grave is a portal into the underworld realm of the dead.
Genesis 2:15-17 describes events of the sixth day. It gives us an example of superficial theology. Apparently God lied because Adam didn't immediately drop dead when he ate the forbidden fruit.
Genesis 2:8-9 is topical, not chronological. God planted a garden on the third day, and man was created on the sixth day. Since the garden was made for the man, then that's how it's described.
The narrative of Genesis 2 picks up with a broad synopsis of the creative process necessary to provide an environment where intelligent sentient beings, including Homo sapiens, will live.