The third day of creation, when God made the dry land appear and covered it with lush vegetation, is a subject of derision from atheist science trolls (ASTs) because of where it occurs in the sequence of creation.
Atheist science troll (AST), scientifically illiterate science worshiper (SISW) and SciPop devotee are three kinds of interaction that you can expect if you discuss science and the Bible on social media.
Supposedly science is a state of knowing, as opposed to ignorance. Something went wrong. It appears that science IS the new ignorance.
Most religions have a creed, catechisms or a statement of faith. Popular Science (SciPop) is no different. Most of SciPop is theoretical and, since theory is the scientific word for faith, believing in a theory is a leap of faith.
People seem genuinely surprised when we point out to them that, according to the Bible, there was a body of water present before creation. It's was the deep.
Faith and sight are opposites, like light and darkness, good and evil. When you have one you don't need the other, and vice versa. We also use them as concepts in a unified theory of everything.
Newton's bold guess was that gravity is a property of mass. However, the proportional relationship between mass and gravity only measures the observed effect of gravity, it doesn't reveal its cause.
Understanding how the process of evolution incorporates into the creation narrative solves a lot of issues, not the least of which is the potential space problem on Noah's ark.
Atheist science trolls (ASTs) have some well-worn rhetorical ploys that they like to use to beat up creationists. We're going to show you why one of them is bogus. It's Principia Mattymatica Principle VII.
Technically speaking, in order to be scientific, a hypothesis must be predictive, testable and falsifiable. The truth isn't falsifiable. If it was, it couldn't be the truth.