Earth is flat .. and has corners .. not spherical as you think WELL WELL WELL

@xikass (119)
Egypt
April 1, 2007 8:15am CST
read this verse from your bible and be sure the science has nothing to do with this verse except LAUGH the comments after that is yours Ezekiel 7:2 "Son of man, this is Sovereign Lord says to the land of Israel:the end! The end has come upon the four corners of the land"
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@xParanoiax (7005)
• United States
1 Apr 07
There are alot of funny things in the Bible actually.. It says shrimp and people who eat shrimp are evil for instance..can you imagine that small of a creature which just goes around eating nearly microscopic things -- not REALLY affecting anyone else. Yup, evil..you can just see it in their beady little eyes. Anyway, you know..it's an old book. The peoples who wrote that stuff down were still influenced by the beliefs and customs of the times..maybe less so than everybody else, but they were still influenced nontheless. But then again, I'm just a non-believer..so what do I know? Lol.
@xikass (119)
• Egypt
2 Apr 07
we are still waiting for a christian who has the answer ? he may convence us that the earth is square or may he say "No !! it is rectabgular " LOL
@dickkell (403)
• United States
2 Apr 07
The bible doesn't say that people who eat shrimp are evil. In the old Testament God was establishing a covenant people. In order to help seperate His people from the people around them He gave them all kinds of rules to keep them distinct. Since a major part of any culture is the foods they eat, God regulated that for Israel also. God declared for Israel and the Jewish people certain foods that were rituallly "unclean," including shellfish and meat and cheese on the same dish in order to preserve Israel's cultural distinctiveness. Israel had to remain distinct to present a witness of God to all the earth forever. BTW, in the New Testament, God instructs Peter that all foods are now to be considerred "clean," a claim which Paul later confirms, which is why Jews have dietary restrictions and Christians have none. Jews were to be a seperated Nation, a nation of priests, but Christians are to influence and infect every culture, to form a kingdom comprised of people from "every tribe, and tongue, and nation."
@magikrose (5425)
• United States
1 Apr 07
you know I am not Christian but I think it is funny that in the saposed bible it states that God made the world so he should know if the world is a block or a sphere and yet he states and I quote "the four corners of the land" It is bible entries like this one that make it very hard for me to accept the bible as nothing more than an excellent history book. I am sorry to offend any one I understand that is your belief and if it works for you then great. As for me it dosnt work.
@xikass (119)
• Egypt
1 Apr 07
yes , it is so odd . the creator doesn't know if the earth is flat or a sphere :D
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@dickkell (403)
• United States
2 Apr 07
According to the verse portion you posted God is speaking to the "Land of Israel," to which He says the end is come upon the four corners of the land," in context, prresumably the land of Israel, which, as a side note DOES in fact have four corners. There are common turns of phrase in the Bible such as the four corners of the world meaning like it still does "to the ends of the earth," however, it seems to me rather juvenile to try to attack a poetic phrase and base you eternal security on a literalistic misinterpretation of poetry. Anyway, if you want to make this arguement at least find a verse that actually SAYS what you claim it does. If you're going to try to "slam" the Bible, take time to at least READ the verse you're attacking.