In the Old Testament there is an account of the Sun standing still for a whole day.
Most people dismiss this as a folk tale, but did it really happen?
When this event took place, many civilizations recorded it in their history. Some recorded a long day, others recorded a long night and others recorded a long sunrise. It is possible from these accounts to plot where this happened and when.
How does the Heliocentric theory explain this event? If the Earth were really rotating at 1,000 mph it must have suddenly stopped and then started rotating again a day later. If this were true, then all life on Earth would have been wiped out and the oceans flung out of their basins. Geocentricity however, has no problem explaining this event, the Sun could have stopped rotating around the Earth for a day with no ill effects felt on Earth as was recorded.
The Evidence is Presented by: Malcolm Bowden
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