Recently, we have twice seen you attempt to pull rank and overturn unbelievers' takes on your bible's cosmology, once over domes and vaults, and again over a flat earth. But in neither case could you produce anything definitive - nothing unambiguous nor contradicted elsewhere - to rebut those reads.
What historical evidence did you offer? What historical evidence could there be of what the bible says? All evidence for that would be in the bible.Quote the contrary, I offered historical evidence, biblical evidence and most importantly - common sense.
You also offered zero biblical support for your opinions. You insisted that you had some kind of extra knowledge based on your study of the bible that could establish your understanding of biblical cosmology as factual, but produced nothing.
And common sense works against you. You can't establish that the bible authors thought that the earth was spherical with common sense. You need scriptures that say so unambiguously and without contradiction elsewhere in the same bible. Common sense tells us that the bible authors thought that the earth was flat, since they reported that it could be seen in it its entirety from above, and was firmly anchored from below