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Tower of Babel and Moon Landing: Have You Really Thought This Through? in fun
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You realize that in Genesis the Earth is only dry land and not a big phony ball floating in space?

There is nothing in the Bible from start to finish about God moving the heavens farther away. They are right where He created them...down in the midst of the Deep. That's right. It's all in Genesis. The heavens are the Firmament; and they were created down in the midst of the Abyss. And that's, quite frankly, where we all are; because the Earth/dry land was situated down in the Deep right underneath the heavens.
God: Earth = Dry Land. Man: Earth = Globe. Conclusion: Let God Be True but Every Man a Liar (Rom. 3:4) in fun
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You apparently love to argue and debate with total strangers about things in the Bible you don't even comprehend. Freemasonry did not originate 30 years after Newton published his scribblings. The Freemasons themselves claim Newton as one of their own, and that rather proudly. The MSANA itself (who would clearly have more authority on the subject than you) states that they're not even sure when their "craft" originated but it dates back to at least the Middle Ages, with literature documented in the 1300s. Some say the ideology of Freemasonry goes clear back to Pythagoras. At any rate, it is no secret that Newton dabbled in the occult, alchemy, and witchcraft. Who cares that he claimed he was a "Protestant?" Hitler claimed he was a "Christian." Do you buy that, too? Your ignorance and lack of research are showing; you might want to tuck those in.

And why speak so impudently and insultingly to people just because you disagree with something they post, which has nothing to do with you whatsoever? Apparently it makes weakling you feel powerful to follow them around a meme site and belch your blather over everything they're posting for general awareness, because weakling you doesn't know how to question amicably or roll on and just keep truckin'. "Blah blah blah. Make up your mind." (Really?) My mind has been made up for years on this subject with tons of biblical and scientific research under my belt to support my firm beliefs--not that that's any of your business.

Why don't you go do something intelligent like read Genesis 1 line by line and draw out what you're reading so you can actually grasp what is being said? Then why don't you study all the other hundreds upon hundreds of Bible verses that shed more light on the true cosmology and Creation? If you can do all that with full integrity and still believe we're living on a Babylonian ball flying out in space . . . then I'd have to conclude you're about 8 years old playing on Mommy and Daddy's computer.

I refuse to carry on a conversation henceforth with a sarcastic taunter. Have yourself a wonderful day.
The Heliocentric Model Ain't In There . . . Plain and Simple in fun
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0 ups, 4m
I take it you're not a Christian.
God: Earth = Dry Land. Man: Earth = Globe. Conclusion: Let God Be True but Every Man a Liar (Rom. 3:4) in fun
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Will believe my Bible any day over a Freemason sorcerer deeply tied to the occult. That would be Newton. The THEORY of Gravity is a farce and it originated with Satan, not Newton.
HOW Far Away Did They Say All the Stars Were? Hmmmm . . . . . in fun
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OMG, first of all, GET A GRIP.

Secondly, it was a sarcastic joke meant to debunk the false heliocentric model of the universe that we've been taught. According to godless scientism, stars are light years away. According to the Bible, they are NOT. Naturally, they will fall immediately and arrive promptly to Earth, and Jesus won't have to wait on a freakin' thing. If the heliocentric model were correct, He would need to wait "light years" for the stars to get here. I am merely showing up anti-biblical scientists for what they really are. Sheesh.
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