Revelation chapter 12 includes a fascinating description of an event in the heavens. Is it real, or is it a metaphor for something? Is it a prophecy about the future, or is it a historical event?
Just 13.8 billion years after the hot Big Bang, we can see 46.1 billion light-years away in all directions. Doesn't that violate…something?
It's with profound delight that we (that's me and the Holy spirit) can announce the death of relativity. It was never right, and Einstein knew it, but he buried it in math so that only a few elite academics figured it out.
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.
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.
Math is imaginary, it exists in your mind when you have faith that numerals represent concepts. You can write it down but that's a visual representation of what you've chosen to believe. As such, math is the language of faith.
It's claimed that since Einstein made a prediction about gravitational time dilation this proves relativity. If gravitational time dilation was described by Moses about 1,400 years BC, does it prove the Bible?
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.
Albert Einstein predicted relativistic time dilation: the faster we go the slower time passes. At the speeds that humans travel it's inconsequential. It's a diversion away from the more significant gravitational time dilation.
Everyone thinks that the theory of relativity has been proven. The thing is, the proof exists in a paradigm which is an inductive rationalization it's premise. It's scientific sleight-of-hand.