[geocentrism] Re: Isaiah 13:13 "earth's place"

Gary,

Interesting...the earth moves when the Lord shakes the heavens.  If this is
a correct interpretation, then I would like to know by what mechanism the
earth and heavens are attached to one another.  Is it a self-correcting
mechanism that realigns earth with the heavens but shows a delayed response
(i.e., not instantaneous and the movement of earth can be seen relative to
the stars)?  Or, it is not self-correcting, the earth is permanently shifted
out of its place and it doesn't matter anymore anyway because it's THE END.

Bob Davidson


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Subject: [geocentrism] Isaiah 13:13 "earth's place"

Bob, Cheryl,
That the earth is immoveable is further strengthened, I believe, by Isaiah
13:13 (don't you just love the verse number?).

"Therefore I will shake the heavens, and the earth shall remove out of her
place, in the wrath of the Lord of hosts, and in the day of his fierce
anger."

I would interpret this verse, though I'm admittedly taking it out of
context, as telling us that the earth shall not move UNTIL the day of the
Lord's fierce anger.   (Verse 13:13...A very lucky day that will be....)

Gary Shelton
GaryLShelton@xxxxxxxxxxx




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