We began our evangelistic ministry on Twitter thinking that it would be a great way to promote our Christian SciFi novel Biblio's Blood.
Facultative means: of or relating to the grant of permission, authority, or privilege. For us it describes a mode of argumentation where atheists take the perspective that the Bible is true.
The truth about God is self-evident but we've all been given free will. Therefore there must be a plausible alternative to the truth for those who want it. It's called the strong delusion or the power of error.
In a hilarious twist which shows how the popular science narrative of godless existence (SciPop) is unraveling, scientists have been backed into such a tight corner that it's necessary to invoke the oceanic dispersal of dinosaurs.
The Bible contains the conditions necessary for nucleosynthesis and the creation of gravity in a way that predicts gravitational time dilation. These are things that Bronze Age goat herders couldn't possibly have known.
Something that we find interesting is: people who profess to be scientifically knowledgeable have hissy fits when they're told that evolution is the process of genetic decay.
The reptile-mammal transition is abiogenesis not evolution. It's evidence that God created in a systematic manner of increasing complexity.
Someone made the charge that we're denying science. It looked like the knee-jerk reaction of someone with a progressive agenda, a scientifically illiterate science worshiper (SISW). We attempted to explain two things:
The truth about God is self evident but, because we have free will, God has provided a plausible alternative so that people can make what seems to be a rational choice about their relationship with God.
Continuing the theme of weird things that people say on social media there's another question which comes up from time to time which pertains to Jesus' teaching on hell.