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Nathan Roberts of FlatEarthDoctrine posted this video called ‘#5: Bible Says Flat Earth, prove me wrong’
Nathan tells his flat earth followers to turn people onto this video series, as he will help them see that the earth is flat. But these long videos are so boring, and he gives shout-outs to his fans, as he sorts through their questions, as he discusses being a New Testament Christian, etc.
What person would want to listen to these videos other than flat earthers?
Once again, Nathan Roberts says that not one Bible verse has been offered up as a proof that the earth is a globe.
I’ve commented on his four previous ‘Bible Says Flat Earth, prove me wrong’ videos, with my my explanation of Ecclesiastes 1:6 and link to this page Biblical Proofs Of The Geocentric Globe Earth, and his only response has been “I’ll let this slide…only cause I then get to do this: https://www.flatearthdoctrine.com/flat-earth-scriptures/”
Nathan Roberts is not being honest. Maybe he’s afraid that Ecclesiastes 1:6 will prove him wrong. But most likely he just excuses it, proclaiming that it’s possible on the flat earth.
I believe that the globe is geocentric, so I don’t believe that any verses says that it’s in a perpetual state of motion.
Ecclesiastes 1:6 is only possible on the globe earth, as the wind can only go in a circuit from south to north on a globe. It goes south to the south pole, and then is turned north to the north pole, and then is turned south again; in a circuit, just like the verse says.
The wind cannot make a clear circuit on the flat earth, as the wind would run into the glass dome, and deflect and spread around; with no clear path back north to the north pole, and then back south, to continually complete its circuit.
The irony is that no Bible verse says that there is a glass dome. And no verse says that the earth is flat.
Flat earthers twist verses to make it seem like they point to a glass dome over a flat earth, but they are taking those verses out of context.