Bible May Be Wrong

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I used to have a professor who said that within a ten mile radius of where he was speaking, one was sure to find someone who thought the earth was flat. If you look out the window it certainly appears flat. Just like it appears that the sun revolves around the earth.

As Psalm 104:5 explains, “[the LORD] set the earth on its foundations; it can never be moved.” So, that would seem to settle it. Because if it wasn’t true, well, we might need to re-think some things.

We don’t have that problem with those who think that the original moon landing in 1969 was faked. If it was faked at least the voracity of the Bible would not be in question.

The good news is that the moon landing was not faked. We know this because when the moon dust is stirred up by the wheels of the Moonrover, as seen in the original moving images, it flies up in an arch because of the low gravity. That effect is not possible to achieve on earth. At the time, not even with visual effects.

So we can all sleep a little easier I think, knowing that the Bible may be wrong but not NASA.

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