Rotating earth is atheist philosophy

Some might ask, “why canʼt we know, from astronomy, that the Sun does not revolve around the Earth?”: because we cannot know anything from astronomy. We can hold it as useful opinion that the Sun does not revolve around the Earth, but we cannot know that.

Gordon Clark, in a discussion of archaeology, noted: “To test any Scriptural historical account by means of any theory of archaeology is to test that which cannot be false by means of that which cannot be true. It is the height of absurdity… Scientifically, we do not know if the Bible is true, and we never will. That, of course, does not derogate from the truth or authority of Scripture, for two reasons: Scripture is self-authenticating; and science cannot prove anything true.” –Gordon Clark,Archaeology and the Bible, see also The Biblical View of Science

We have bought into trusting atheism to tell us what the Bible means. We have been snookered into considering materialism final reality, if we accept the idea that the earth rotates as actual reality, and we are philosophically abandoning the Bible. This is a brilliant trick by forces that want people not to believe the Bible, and believe what their senses tell them. Even better, they want people to believe atheistic scientists like Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and think they are able to express final reality to them. But even atheists, when you catch them being honest, admit they don’t know what reality is.

In the photo, A and B are the same color. They appear to be different because of a trick of perception. We see B as in shadow, and compensate mentally for it.

Author: Astrobiology Associates

Senior data analyst at Astrobiology Associates

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