Consider this: if God isn't logical then why is he going to he create a place for us to live in for eternity which has equal X, Y, Z dimensions? There's nothing more in-your-face logical than a cube.
Before you choke with indignation about our stupidity because we're apparently unaware that there are photographs of a black hole, let's bring up the issue of epistemology. What is knowledge?
Based on our first Principle, God Can't Lie and the Bible is True, it must be possible to use the Bible to deduce an accurate model of the cosmos. We're not talking about the Star Trek universe of the popular science paradigm (SciPop).
The peer review driven narrative starts with the desire that the Bible is wrong, the Earth is billions of years old, and there's no possible way that the stars could, or would, fall to Earth.
If there are football field-sized and larger pieces of ruby and sapphire in the Kuiper belt (crystalline firmament material), then we should see light spectra consistent with ruby and sapphire.
We're making a bold claim that stars aren't distant suns and galaxies. That's Galileo's bluff. The stars are fragments, and swirls of fragments, of reflective rock in the Kuiper and asteroid Belts.
If it's good enough for Star Trek, it's good enough for popular science (SciPop). Besides, if you've seen it in a Star Trek episode you already believe it's true. Slam dunk.
An overwhelming majority of people believe that we observe the Earth orbiting the sun but it’s not an observation, heliocentricity is theoretical. We observe the cosmos from Earth, which makes it Geocentrospheric.
Occam's razor is cited as a reason why the heliocentric theory triumphed over Geocentrism, because it was too complicated to diagram the motion of the stars that we watch from the Earth.
The current generation of Trekkie scientists assume that you can measure the mass of the sun from a deep space probe. That's what popular science (SciPop) is now, an inductive rationalization of the Star Trek universe.