Satan has a lie for everyone

BARNABY THE DOG.

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As I said, I don’t believe the Earth is flat. Most FE proponents believe the sun, moon and planets are small and within the dome. I don’t believe this, but the videos they put out are entertaining. They have an answer for every gotcha question it seems. I don’t waste my time on them anymore.

Some people get pretty heated over this topic. My friend got all upset with me even mentioning how the videos make a compelling argument. I said “I don’t believe the Earth is flat… PERIOD… but some of the videos really make you think.” I just don’t understand why this is so upsetting. It’s actually kind of silly. I don’t care if someone believes in FE, I’m not going to judge them. It doesn’t affect my faith. If the FE theory was true, not saying it is, it would prove God’s existence… so it doesn’t bother me, cause either way God is real.
There is one “gotcha“ question that I have never had a reply to, though I live in hope. I occasionally troll flat earth sites, and relate the story of my birth and childhood spent on a land right next to the edge of the earth, where the dome meets the land mass. I describe how my brother and I used to climb down the edge of the earth and look underneath it, where we could see such things as the other side of the Mariana Trench, and of the adventures we had seeing how long we could hold our breath outside of the dome. I even supplied a map reference of our island, but no one ever replied. It seems not one flat earther has been to the edge of the world. Try it though Carl, you might get a reply.
 

kenmuldoon55

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There is one “gotcha“ question that I have never had a reply to, though I live in hope. I occasionally troll flat earth sites, and relate the story of my birth and childhood spent on a land right next to the edge of the earth, where the dome meets the land mass. I describe how my brother and I used to climb down the edge of the earth and look underneath it, where we could see such things as the other side of the Mariana Trench, and of the adventures we had seeing how long we could hold our breath outside of the dome. I even supplied a map reference of our island, but no one ever replied. It seems not one flat earther has been to the edge of the world. Try it though Carl, you might get a reply.
That is too funny Barnaby😂
 

Ms_ladyblue

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I watch Ron's videos... he usually has great content. I don't agree with his views on some things, but he's genuine and he makes me think. I'm not a flat earther, but I am a skeptic of science as we know it. I believe 100% that the Bible is the inspired word of God (except where Paul said he wasn't speaking for Jehovah, and admitted to inserting his own opinion). It can be very difficult to reconcile Genesis Chapter 1 with modern science. The 3 verses that cause me to question things are Genesis 1:6-8 "Then God said: “Let there be an expanse between the waters, and let there be a division between the waters and the waters.” Then God went on to make the expanse and divided the waters beneath the expanse from the waters above the expanse. And it was so. God called the expanse Heaven. And there was evening and there was morning, a second day."

The Bible clearly tells us there is water above and below the heavens (skies)... how this plays out is anyone's guess, but it only causes me more confusion when I think about it. Did all the water come down when Jehovah caused the flood? Is there still some up there? I don't give it much thought anymore, because it doesn't matter to me. If Satan tries to pull off some fake alien deception, I don't think anyone here will fall for it regardless of our scientific beliefs. I look forward to learning the facts real soon.
Do these verses help?

“It was in the 600th year of Noah’s life, on the 27th day of the 2nd month, that all the springs under the ground broke open, and the floodgates of the skies were opened. Then it rained on the earth for 40 days and 40 nights.” ( Genesis 7:11,12) 2001 Translation

“In the 600th year of Noah’s life, in the second month, on the 17th day of the month, on that day all the springs of the vast watery deep burst open and the floodgates of the heavens were opened. 12 And the rain poured down on the earth for 40 days and 40 nights. NWT


“However, what’s hidden from them is this:Even though the ancient skies and lands were out of the water, by the Word of God, they still stood between the waters. And it was through this that the world back then was flooded and destroyed by water.” (2 Peter 3:5,6) 2001 Translation

“For they deliberately ignore this fact, that long ago there were heavens and an earth standing firmly out of water and in the midst of water by the word of God; and that by those means the world of that time suffered destruction when it was flooded with water.” NWT
 
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PJ54

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It doesn’t affect my faith. If the FE theory was true, not saying it is, it would prove God’s existence… so it doesn’t bother me, cause either way God is real.
And that is what truly matters! Whether the Earth is flat, round, hollow, bigger, a simulation/dream, all the above, etc. In the end all things have a point of origin & they are to serve a purpose no matter how far off the track it is, it will return to it's intended state.
 

Cristo

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There is one “gotcha“ question that I have never had a reply to, though I live in hope. I occasionally troll flat earth sites, and relate the story of my birth and childhood spent on a land right next to the edge of the earth, where the dome meets the land mass. I describe how my brother and I used to climb down the edge of the earth and look underneath it, where we could see such things as the other side of the Mariana Trench, and of the adventures we had seeing how long we could hold our breath outside of the dome. I even supplied a map reference of our island, but no one ever replied. It seems not one flat earther has been to the edge of the world. Try it though Carl, you might get a reply.
That is hilarious. Yes, one would think if the earth were flat at least one person believing in a flat earth would have a facebook pic up of themselves holding a sign "I made it to the edge and back". Certainly there would be tourist locations surrounding the edge where you could buy your souvenirs and get post cards to send to loved ones. Oh look, theres a pic of Barnaby next to a sign that says 'dont fall off, the next step is a doozy'. Of course i'm joking in all this, but in all honesty your post Barnaby is the simplest debunk of flat earth at the same time oh so powerful.
 
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