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I honestly can't believe what I've read here. This guy seems to be advocating that we return to the view that the Earth is the center of the universe!

 

How does this guy change a light bulb? Easy. He holds on to the light bulb and the universe spins around him. Fantastic!

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http://www.sharperiron.org/downloads/Thoma...20Cosmology.pdf

 

This isn't a joke. I mean, it actually is, but "Dr." Strouse didn't intend for it to be. :Doh::lmao:

 

Holy (wholly) Shit! WTF?!

 

Well, you gotta give him some credit; at least he is following literalist theology all the way through - that's more than you can say for the typical Xtian who "claims" to believe the Bible - this guy really does believe it!

 

Everybody needs to read this one and the Xtians need to explain how he's wrong. Seems to be a pretty damned scholarly piece of shit - er... work - to me.

 

Come on Xtians, explain how you can believe the Bible and still believe the earth revolves around the sun.

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I've been reading up on this topic today. Here's another link showing that the Bible promotes non only geocentricity but also a flat earth, written by a non-Christian. I never really got into this issue when I was a Christian, it was in that dark corner with all the other stuff I had to accept by faith and didn't want to think about.

 

http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/febible.htm

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I've been reading up on this topic today. Here's another link showing that the Bible promotes non only geocentricity but also a flat earth, written by a non-Christian. I never really got into this issue when I was a Christian, it was in that dark corner with all the other stuff I had to accept by faith and didn't want to think about.

 

Yeah man, all that pesky knowledge and understanding is really getting in the way of our faith, ain't it? There is no returning to a state of ignorance. The only thing we can do is acknowledge that we have a great deal more to learn. I think that this coming century is going to be fantastic. I'm excited about the possibilities that abound. No flat Earth and no geocentricism for me thank you.

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Damn that Copernicus! I knew there was something fishy about him! Nicholas -> Old Nick -> the Devil -> Satan. :Doh: I shoulda known!

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Check out http://www.geocentricity.com/ and http://www.fixedearth.com. Both sites are run by ultra-fundamentalists, but fixedearth.com is hilarious! Glory! :lmao:

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This isn't a joke. I mean, it actually is, but "Dr." Strouse didn't intend for it to be. :Doh::lmao:
My long-standing theory is that the reason fundies go after doctorate degrees is because in their worldview, unquestioned authority is a value. That's how they see doctors. Fundies are so lost in their own way of thinking that they automatically assume that doctors are the secular equivelent of a Cardinal or a Bishop.

 

They don't see that holding a degree has more to do with having experience and being properly trained, and that doctors are not immune to criticism or even being discredited.

 

That's why they seek out "Dr." titles. It's their way of looking important and authoritative.

 

 

Check out http://www.geocentricity.com/ and http://www.fixedearth.com. Both sites are run by ultra-fundamentalists, but fixedearth.com is hilarious! Glory! :lmao:
Fixedearth.com looks like a really bad GeoShitties page.

 

It doesn't surprise me that we have geocentrists and flat earthers. Granted, they are of an EXTREMELY small minority, but they do exist.

 

What's funny is that even the mainstream fundies, the ones who DO accept heliocentricity, shy away from the geocentrists, who are only being honest in expressing the courage to believe in what the Bible clearly tells them, that the world is flat and that the sun moves around the Earth. The mainstream fundies fail to see the irony that this is what happens when you put religious dogma over scientific reason.

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