7 February 2020 /Flat Earth
This video reveals another lying pastor. I just posted the following comment below the video at the link above:
You stated: "When I hear people talk about 'well I've the Bible says the earth is flat, the Bible says the earth is flat,' I look at the Bible, and I'm going I don't see one verse anywhere that says the earth is flat."
You claim to be a pastor and hold yourself out as a Bible scholar. I must, therefore, conclude that you know very well that the Bible describes a flat earth.
As a Bible scholar, you know that God describes "the circle of the earth" in Isaiah 40:22. A circle is a geometric figure where all points on the circumference are equidistant from the center and on the same plane. A circle, by definition, is flat. It cannot be anything other than flat. A sphere is not a circle. A sphere is not, and cannot be, flat. The definition of a circle precludes the circle of the earth Isaiah 40:22 from being a sphere. God, who cannot lie, tells us the earth has a circular (i.e., flat) face. All points on the circumference of a circle must be on the same plane (i.e., a circle is flat).
God describes in his Bible his creation of a flat earth.
"And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters." (Genesis 1:2)
That passage describes a flat earth. A "face" is defined as any of the individual flat surfaces of a solid object. Since a sphere has no flat surface, a sphere cannot have a face. That means that God did not move upon spherical waters, since a sphere does not have a face. Water cannot form a "deep" on the side of a sphere; water at rest is always flat. God moved upon the face of flat waters. At that time the waters covered 100% of the earth. Today, the oceans cover 71% of the earth's surface. It is impossible for the earth to be a sphere when 71% of its surface is covered by water, which at rest necessarily must be flat and level. We know that there was water entirely covering the earth upon its creation because God states that "darkness was upon the face of the deep." God describes his movement over the face of the waters, and since the surface of all water at rest is flat and level, the earth must have been flat from the beginning.
But you already know all that because you are a Bible scholar, teacher, and pastor. Yet you claim that "I don't see one verse anywhere that says the earth is flat." Why do you deny, and indeed come against, the truth of God's word?