People, even Christians, commonly claim is that the Bible isn't scientific. One reason being that it doesn't make any predictions which can be tested. We'll show you that the Bible is predictive, testable and scientific.
The End from the Beginning
We have to know the end from the beginning and the beginning from the end. When we understand beginning and end we can see that they are conceptually, and to a great extent physically, equivalent.
The Millennial Kingdom hydrological cycle is a reestablishment of the original condition of the earth, when Eden was at plateau at the top of a mountain that filled the whole Earth.
The New Deep
Ezekiel tells us that a great river will issue forth from the temple in the Jerusalem. This is part of a hydrological cycle which doesn't presently exist. It's established along with the Millennial Kingdom.
Sun and Moon
The Millennial Kingdom will have a sun and moon, although the sun will be a dim glimmer compared to what it is now. The majority of the light in the Millennial Kingdom will be the glory of the Lord who now inhabits Jerusalem.
Four Corners of the Earth in Context
Every time the phrase the four corners of the earth occurs in the Bible it's in the context of the Millennial Kingdom, which is after the plagues of the tribulation.
Absolute Frame of Reference
The idea that the presence of God dwells in a specific place, as a theme, doesn't get picked up until King David wanted to build a temple. Up until that time the Lord used a tabernacle as the center of worship.
The Lake of Fire
An issue regarding the establishment of the Millennial Kingdom which we have to resolve is: What and where is the lake of fire? It may be the planet Venus.
Earth’s Form Fits its Function
The creation of gravity caused the majority of the darkness and corruption in the universe to accumulate at the center of creation. This became the body of the Earth. The majority of light and purity accumulated in heaven.
Adam let his wife be in charge and he did whatever she said, even when he knew that it was wrong, so, despite the fact that Adam had delegated leadership responsibility to his wife, God still held him accountable.