Every particle in the universe attracts every other particle in the universe with a force which is proportional to the sum of their mass and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.
So we (that's me and the Holy spirit (my imaginary friend (sent by my magical sky daddy))) have been practicing golf. Why, of all things, golf? Well, for one,
We began our evangelistic ministry on Twitter thinking that it would be a great way to promote our Christian SciFi novel Biblio's Blood.
We're cleaning up blog posts again and pulling personal development pieces out of the main texts for each day. We'll keep it, but it doesn't need to be in the teaching material.
God as the Holy Trinity existed with a formless mass of water in darkness, but they weren't the only ones present. There are passages in the Bible that make it clear that God had already created all human souls.
Deductive reasoning is a way to use logic to deduce the answers to questions, but it's also used to deduce which questions we should be asking. We use a technique which we call deductive questioning.
We find our next clue in Genesis 4. The injured party, Abel, is crying out in pain and anguish in a way that the Lord can hear but Abel's body is dead and his blood is now seeping into the ground.
The Holy spirit knows the difference between the soul and spirit, therefore it should be possible for us to know it too. That's the reward we get for being diligent, and discerning nuance.
According to the Psalmist, King David, we were curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the Earth. A gravitational singularity to be precise. Here's another thought in the form of a deductive question:
Here's our premise in the form of a testable hypothesis. It's simple deduction: if believing in Jesus Christ is the power to be free from hell in the center of Earth, then we must have started life in the center of Earth.