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414Keeper
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Hi 414Keeper,

You don’t need to compile a list for me. That is part of my due dilligence.

Even if you were to hand me a list, I would still go back and produce one of my own. After I have compiled my list, I will publish it for review same as the set of steps I proposed earlier in this discussion.

It’s not that I don’t trust you; it’s a matter of principle. Independent testing/verification means exactly this or it isn’t independent.

With respect to Genesis, of course I trust what it says. But if we only look at Genesis 1 and 2, the strongest claim we can make is that the flat earth theory does not conflict with Genesis 1 and 2, but it may conflict with the rest of the Bible. It is not better to be able to say that the flat earth theory agrees with the whole counsel of Scripture and not just part of it?

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