If you have been to Eric Dubay’s chat forum, you’d see there that he as well as many others on his site DO NOT believe in evolution and DO believe in a Creator God, but they don’t believe in the God of the Bible.
While I do not believe in evolution (never did) and I do believe in a Creator God – I’m in agreement with many of the folks on this chat room site. HOWEVER, where I disagree is with the source of their God. I DO believe in a God of the Bible as well as Jesus Christ, I don’t understand why they don’t. It seems strange that they have come so close but believe in another God. It’s probably because they also believe in some false eastern philosophy as well as the flat earth. Or, they follow the liberal/media lie that everyone worships the same God.
My message to them, or to you, if you believe in some other god, is to use logic. Since we are in agreement that God created everything, that he created the earth and that there is only one inhabitable planet; and, that you agree (apparently) that there is a dome or a firmament, as the Bible says; and that there is heaven above this firmament, then why would not God give us a ‘manual,’ as it were, in how we should live?
If you admit that there is an intelligent and loving God, then why wouldn’t you think that he had at least someone on earth to be inspired to write a book on how to live life. We would all know that a person would be stupid if he made a game for people to play but didn’t write a ‘rule book’ but let everyone make up the rules as they went along. You wouldn’t think that would be smart, would you? So, why would you think less of God.
Others would ague and say, “The Hindus have their book; the Jews have their Talmud, why couldn’t it be a god of one of these religions?” Well, the answer is simple, if you read other religious books you will see a lot of errors in them. You’d also see that they don’t address the needs of the people; you’ll see that there is no prophecy in it that would be impossible for man to write – that it would have to come from or be inspired by God.
Flat Earthers, conspiracy theorists, as well as just about the rest of the world say they want peace, prosperity and health but they turn to man. They turn to government leaders, others, who are smarter know it’s not government leaders so they turn to their religions for the answer. Well, take the Hindus in India for example, if they were so smart, why is their such poverty, filth and superstition there? If their god has the answers, he certainly doesn’t know how to do it. In the case of the once Christian West, and I say, ‘ONCE’ the reason why we don’t have it is because true Bible teaching is NOT carried out in society. In fact, the Christians themselves don’t have the answers because they want to be ‘politically correct’ and you can’t be politically correct and tell the truth at the same time.
In the Bible there is the answer for all our problems – IF God’s laws were the laws of the land.
Only in the Bible does it describe the earth as accurately as it does, which is in opposition to what NASA, the astrophysics and the astronomers says. The other ‘holy books’ do not tell us of a dome or firmament over the earth, it does not say that the earth is stationary and fixed and other truths that, we, as Flat Earthers know to be the truth. What the Hindus do say in their ancient texts, for example, is that the earth is supported by an elephant. The ancient Christian Bible does NOT say that, but it does say that God hangs the earth on nothing.
With all this in mind, this is the reason why I have this blog named Christian Flat Earth Ministry. The other forums, and blogs on the flat earth want to keep it neutral. I say, how can you keep it neutral; we are talking about God’s creation so how can you keep God out of it? Unless, of course, you want to be ‘politically correct’ which is really scripturally and scientifically wrong.
I found out that talking about the flat earth brings a person to the realisation that there is a God more so then if you talked on just about any other subject. Don’t miss your opportunity to reach those who don’t know about God by just talking about the flat earth and ending it there. A person I know who is (was) agnostic was shown that the earth is flat. When he started to think about this he said to me, “That means there is a God.” I said, “Yes!”
In short, what many Flat Earthers should do is, after reading and watching videos about the flat earth, they should continue their studies and start reading the 1611 King James Bible.