What causes the tides on a flat earth?

What causes the tides on a flat earth?

I had a Reader write to ask, “What causes the tides on a flat earth?” This is a good question. So, I thought I’d answer with this video that I found.

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If you are presented a question about the flat earth and you don’t know the answer, just admit it. Now, if that person is really sincere he/she will accept it. If they are not sincere, he/she will give some snide remark. Fine, that gives you more time with other people who really want to learn more!

Say you can give 99 answers but one you can’t answer one, and because you can’t give an answer to that, they discount the 99 answers you did give. This is a person who is either not too smart or is working for the “other side,” (whomever that may be).

You can also answer back with a question that they can’t answer and watch them squirm out of that one. For example, ask, “How can the earth withstand winds of 67,000 mph? This is what we are told how fast the earth moves around the sun.” Don’t settle for this gravity myth, but press him to answer your question. Or, you could ask how water curves on the earth.

I encourage you to do your own research. You can type in the YouTube search bar: “flat earth and tides” and see what you come up with.

Jesus often answered a question with a question – which really frustrated the Jews! You might want to do the same thing.

 

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About revealed4you

First and foremost I'm a Christian and believe that the Bible is the inspired word of Yahweh God. Introducing people to the Bible through the flat earth facts.
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One Response to What causes the tides on a flat earth?

  1. Keith Wentworth says:

    This looks like a very close remake of Eric DuBay’s recent video….

    Like

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