In preparing the Lexicography, Gesenius has been chiefly relied upon for definitions; but the works of Dr. Lee, Winer, Biesenthal, Furst, and others, have been compared throughout.
A Theory of Consciousness
Our theory of Biblical quantum gravitation (BQG) blends into consciousness in a delightful and sublime way opening up new lines of reasoning because of our earlier conclusion that the soul is a gravity node.
Circumstantial evidence is when two things happen at the same time which may or may not be related, but we decide to use one as evidence for what we believe about the other.
Something really odd happened during the development of what we call mainstream theology. Somewhere along the line the words formless and void, have been taken to mean that there was nothing.
The Creation of Gravity
In a similar manner to that in which God said: Let there be light, the light was a reaction to nuclear fusion; when God said, Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters, it was a reaction to the creation of of gravity.
It's not possible to prove that the Earth is rotating. Experimental results which have formerly been used as a way to prove that the Earth has daily rotation are examples of Gravitational Drag Effect (GDE).
The Earth Narrative
The peer review driven popular science Earth narrative (SciPop) begins with the premise that the Bible is wrong and hell isn't at the center. It continues with the idea that the Earth is rotating.
Hell with Benefits
There are benefits to hell being at the center of the Earth. It solves the problem of exponential nuclear decay and renders radiometric dating useless for the development of an ancient Earth narrative.
The Foundations of the Earth in Hebrew
The way we find all of the meaning which is contained in the phrase the foundations of the earth is to systematically examine all of the different Hebrew word combinations which have been translated this way.
Free From the Law of Sin and Death
We've paraphrased the text of Romans 8:1-8 by inserting the symbols from our theory in place of the words or phrases which have been used to express the same concepts.