18 January 2020 /Flat Earth

Heliocentric Mythology of New Star Creation Subverts the Promise of Salvation


Carl Roberts discovered that the heliocentric mythology that requires the birth of new stars subverts the promise of salvation.


Dr. Amelia Saintonge, who is on the faculty in the Department of Physics and Astrophysics at the University College London alleges that "there are about 100 billion stars being born and dying each year, which corresponds to about 275 million per day, in the whole observable Universe."


If new stars are being created, that means that God did not finish his work of creation and rest on the seventh day, as reported in Genesis 2:1-2.


"Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made." (Genesis 2:1-2)


That is of utmost importance regarding our salvation. That is because God explains that the rest he enjoyed on the seventh day of creation is the same rest into which he welcomes his elect. See Hebrews 4:1-16.


"For he spake in a certain place of the seventh day on this wise, And God did rest the seventh day from all his works. And in this place again, If they shall enter into my rest. Seeing therefore it remaineth that some must enter therein, and they to whom it was first preached entered not in because of unbelief."(Hebrews 4:4-6)


Jesus proclaimed regarding his propitiation on the cross, "it is finished." John 19:30; see also John 17:4. Jesus Christ’s works of creation and atonement were finished from the foundation of the world. Hebrews 4:3. God has thus provided a rest for his elect. "There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God." (Hebrews 4:9) That rest was ordained by God before the foundation of the world. Ephesians 1:4. That rest for God’s elect is the same rest that God entered into after he finished his creation of heaven and earth. Hebrews 4:9-10. If new stars are still being created, as the heliocentric model provides, that means that God did not finish his creation of the heavens and the earth and all the host of them. Thus, if God did not finish his work of creation, God has not rested from his work of creation. Therefore, there can be no salvation for God’s elect because our salvation is based upon entering into God’s rest.


"There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God. For he that is entered into his rest, he also hath ceased from his own works, as God did from his."(Hebrews 4:9-10)


The heliocentric mythology of new star creation serves to undermine the word of God, which states that he "ended" creating the heaven and the earth; it was "finished;" God then rested from all the work that he has done. See Genesis 2:1-2. Thus, under the heliocentric mythology, God did not end his creation, it was not finished, and thus there is no rest into which God can welcome his elect. The heliocentric mythology subverts the salvation rest promised in the Bible.


Ed

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