[ḥūḡ - ח֣וּג] According to BibleStudyTools.com the word should be translated: "super sphaeram", Pagninus; "globum", Montanus Vatablus; "super orbem telluris", Vitringa
I have a more literal translation, and I'm guessing you were reading from the NKJV (New King James Version) because I've searched through several others and that is the only one I found that said, "host" in it. Nonetheless, even in our English vocabulary today a definition for host is, "a vast multitude" which would make sense since obviously God cannot be numbered and in comparison to, "sand of the sea" stars fits better (not to mention that every other translation/version says, "stars."
You argued that on some other planets there is wind, but no air. I've done some research since you've stated this. Some other planets like Mars do have air other than earth, and others like Neptune that have wind caused by gas. There are others that have no atmosphere because they're too hot like Mercury. There's no wind on Mercury, or any other planet workout atmosphere.
Back to the original statement from Job 28:25 about wind --on earth-- having weight:
*[[Psa 147:4]] WEB* He counts the number of the stars. He calls them all by their names.
Lets be real, Chrystal. We both know what is implied here. Does the earth hang on anything? And because of the Sun's gravitational pull, does earth not float?
Yeah, I'm with you on this one Chrystal. Doesn't mean necessarily that this is incorrect, but, like yourself, I just don't see it either.
Again I would have to agree with you.
Yes, the passage of scripture does say life is in the blood; however I also do not see where it says anything about health also.
"Hebrews 11:3 doesn't say anything of the kind. In fact I think it says the opposite. Things which are seen are NOT made of things which do appear. NOT made of things which do appear. If it appears that means it WAS invisible."
What is seen
Things which are
No one person knew of these things because deep sea diving didn't exist so when God said this it was pure revelation.
How do you know that science was controled by religion? Maybe science relied on religion a lot, but controled? No. Atheists, and free thinking philosophers existed then too. Maybe not so much in the Hebrew culture, but elsewhere in various other world cultures as well.