I Shall Go to Him

Looking out across the molten core of the earth from a place in the lower mantle

David says, " I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me." This is taken to mean that David will one day go to heaven to be with the child, whereas the child, in heaven, can't return to the Earth.

Abraham and Lazarus

We have spent considerable time on resolving all of the issues which pertain to the parable of Abraham and Lazarus. They aren't in heaven, they're in sheol. This isn't metaphorical, it's accurate geology.

Mainstream Science Seismology

The featured image is what popular science (SciPop) wants you to think the interior of the Earth looks like. SciPop doesn't want you to lie in bed at night worried about hell. SciPop is your friend. Good old SciPop.

July 18th

There's no age of accountability in the Bible. Children aren't innocent up until a certain age. The right to a legal safe abortion should be guaranteed, but each one carries with it the loss of a soul. Then we have it on our conscience.

July 9th

Cutaway of planet earth showing hell at the center

P-waves propagate through gas giving no reason why the area that mainstream science (SciPop) calls the liquid outer core can't be open space. Jesus describes it in Luke 16 so there's open space in the interior of the Earth.

March 19th

If you're skeptical that there's really an underworld realm of the dead you should consider two things: 1. the deepest hole ever drilled is 12 km deep, 2. the Lehmann Discontinuity is at approximately 220 km deep.