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The Flat Eathers and Science. Faith over Reality.


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Maybe it square.....we always hear about the 4 corners of the world.

 

According to Aron Ra, the Bible describes the Earth as looking like a snow globe.  


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According to Aron Ra, the Bible describes the Earth as looking like a snow globe.  

 

According to the supplementary notes in my Catholic Buybull, Aron Ra is right. So they had no choice but to declare it allegorical.


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According to the supplementary notes in my Catholic Buybull, Aron Ra is right. So they had no choice but to declare it allegorical.

 

 

Just so.  In the Bible, everything starts off as fact.  Then reality strikes and fact becomes allegory.  Including -- wait for it -- God.

 

It's part of a much larger pattern.  Religion starts off being important.  Then the culture matures and religion becomes mythology.


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