I believe the bible is the inspired word of God and nothing should be added or taken away from it. Man should never twist God’s word to fit his own world view because the wisdom of this world is foolishness to God. God created the Sun, Moon, and stars on the fourth day, however grass, fruit, trees, and all other vegetation were created on day three…
The bible mentions God created two great lights, the greater to rule the day and the lesser to rule the night, which I believe means exactly what it says “Two” great lights, meaning the moon is giving it’s own light. Man tells us the moon is a giant rock reflecting the first “great light”.
We are told the sun, moon, and stars are for signs and seasons and to “give light on the earth”. That means the stars were created to light the earth like it says, it also means they are considered “lesser lights” seeing as how there were only two “great lights”. Man tells us stars are enormous, a lot of which are much larger than our own sun and millions of times larger than the earth light years away all with solar systems of their own. Does it make sense that God created a vast infinite universe including all stars, planets, and galaxies on day four but spent the rest of creation week focusing on the earth making plants, animals, and people? 🙂 The stars are much smaller and much closer than modern day monkey man science would have us believe, and they’ve been placed above our head as God’s giant celestial clock so when we “look up” we know what time it is.
There are several places in the bible that tell us one day the stars will fall to the earth, in fact Jesus himself tells us this. This is a problem for me, because it really paints us into a corner and we only have so many options to believe. Either A: Jesus did not know what stars were, which I don’t believe because he is God and most definitely knows what stars are. Or B: Jesus knew what stars were, he even said the word that meant stars, but really he meant asteroids/comets/and meteors. I don’t believe this either, because Jesus himself is the truth and would not lie to his disciples or deceive them in any way saying one thing but meaning something else. Or C: Jesus knew exactly what the stars were and meant that near the end of days stars would literally begin to fall out of their place in the firmament above to the earth below. Here again if we listen to man, it would be like a trillions of flaming beach balls hitting a single grain of sand. The wisdom of this world is foolishness to God.
In Joshua 10 12-14 and Isaiah 38 7-8 we see something. The Lord stops the sun from going down a full day in Joshua, and makes the sundial go backwards 10 degrees in Isaiah. Both of these instances would mean the globe earth stopped it’s rotation completely and in Isaiah’s case rotated backwards in order for the sun to do this in the sky. The truth is the earth is flat and stationary and the much smaller and closer sun circling over head stopped, and in Isaiah’s case went backwards.
How bout the tower of Babel? If the world was a spinning globe why didn’t God just let them build it? They couldn’t have survived outer-space. Why was Nimrod trying to build it for that matter, wouldn’t the enemy at least know it was a globe? Wouldn’t the tower eventually have been destroyed when reaching the point where the 1038 mph atmosphere that’s spinning with the earth meets the non rotating vacuum of space? Aren’t the temperatures up there pretty inhospitable as well? Seems to me if things are like we are told in science the problem would have solved itself but instead God had to intervene. The truth is they were trying reach the firmament, and God knew what they were trying to do and he stopped them.
Once you realize the truth you’ll read the entire bible with new eyes. Many atheist have been saved do to finding out the truth that we are in-deed created, praise God! Even though the flat earth is unconventional, God can use anything to bring lost sheep into the fold and will. If you really look into it, you will see what Satan has done, and what our father is doing 🙂