The Son of God, through whom all things were made, not only made creation possible but his ongoing role throughout history has been to purge it of all impurity and corruption.
Baptism, Cleansing and Regeneration
God renewed the ground so that it would bear fruit again. The promise that God made to Noah. Noah's flood washed away the salts and toxic compounds that had accumulated. Earth was baptized.
If you thought that we had gone off the deep end before, then you should know that the deep end also has a deep end. We're combining the gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ with Chemistry and Physics.
Soap: וּכְבֹרִ֖ית – borith
The coming judgment of God is described as like being washed with strong soap. The word translated "soap" has a direct application in Chemistry. Are we surprised? No, God really is a chemist.
Tares Among Wheat
The purpose of creation is to give life with free will to all souls. God created companions to fellowship with, but he is not going to force anyone to spend eternity with him. You have the free will to choose.
Former Things Have Passed Away
God comes down from heaven to dwell with humanity, but not on Earth because it's gone. God takes up residence on the site of the original singularity, created on the second day, the original foundation of the Earth.
We (that's me and the Holy spirit) use deductive reasoning to resolve supposed conflicts between the Bible and what people refer to as "science" but which we've isolated and identified to be THE NARRATIVE (SciPop).
Gravity is the force by which creation is being purified. It lets us reconcile physics, chemistry and biology with the broad narrative of scripture and the concepts of baptism, refinement and cleansing.
Chemically, Hydroxyl (OH) is a cleaning agent. For what purpose was Christ begotten? Our cleansing. Cleansing goes with the concepts of purification, refinement and sanctification.