Nathan Roberts Only Idiots Think That The Flat Earth Theory Is Fact

This website exposes the flat earth deception and proves that the earth is globe shaped.

Nathan Roberts posted this on his Flat Earth Doctrine Facebook page.

Nathan Roberts posts picture of Albert Einstein quote, only idiots think theory is fact.

Wow, what irony! Only idiots think that the flat-earth theory is fact.

What Nathan Roberts fails to understand is that he’s being played by the enemy, to effectively hide the geocentric universe. And by that I mean that the globe earth is at the center, which proves a Creator.

Copernicus and Einstein were two of the main people that the Jesuits of Rome used to cover over the geocentric universe. Copernicus dedicated his book about heliocentrism to the Pope, and in the forward he clearly declared that scientists would reject his theory, that it is absurd, and that he almost abandoned publishing it.

He waited until close to death, so that he didn’t have to hear the critics proclaim how wrong he was.

The Michelson-Morley experiment proved that the earth is not moving, and then Einstein was propped up to counter it with mathematical ‘theory.’

The hypocrisy of Nathan Roberts is that he cites the Michelson-Morley experiment to prove that the earth is not moving, but that lacks integrity as he no doubt knows that it was based on a globe earth, not a flat-earth.

Nathan also cites the “Airy’s Failure” experiment, again proclaiming that it proves that the earth is flat, but again the experiment was based on the globe earth.

I just published my The False Doctrine of the Flat Earth book, which goes through the 240 verses that Nathan Roberts cite to proclaim that “the Bible says flat earth.” Hopefully it will help Nathan see the truth about cosmology, because what he teaches is effectively hiding the truth.

If you’re a flat earther, have you studied the context of the Bible verses which are being cited to proclaim “the Bible says flat earth”?

The False Doctrine of the Flat Earth book by David Nikao

This book goes through all 240 verses that people like Nathan Roberts cite, to show you the proper context; because if you’re promoting this list, then you’re accountable for the explanations.