OH yes silly me, course it does. That is your typical reset and default to every anomaly and contradiction the bible throws up.
What anomaly? If I say the "heaven full of stars", is that an anomaly? Does the bible use the word "heaven" in only one way?
Just answer the simple question instead of yet another lame rant. Does the verse say Elijah went up into Heaven, God's home, or went up into heaven, where heavenly bodies are?
If you don't know say so.
You simply have to invent things in the hope that others will accept your abysmal reasoning and silly excuses for what are clear contradictions that simply cannot be explained by you inventing reasons and childish excuses.
What have I invented? I only asked you a question. You want the word "heaven" used in the verse to mean God's Home. I'm asking you why?
Can you justify your interpretation?
You can't even admit that the word heaven has more than one meaning. If it has multiple meanings, what makes your interpretation correct?
You can't answer, but you'll rant yet again about how terrible I am for simply challenging your spin. You will convince more people if you addressed the rebuttals to your claims.
It is a FACT that one says one thing and another categorically states the complete opposite. And try as you may , they will remain unexplained biblical contradicts.
You don't win logical points by insistence goomer. I can tell you why the word "heaven" in this verse does not mean "the home of God". Would you like me to?
Or you can rant again that you're right because .......uh....you're right.