Question. What keeps the Sun in orbit around the Earth ?
Does it have fins like a rocket that keep it turning in a circular direction?
Does the gravitational pull of the Earth keep the Sun in orbit? Like with
the Moon? Would the Sun go in a straight line if the Earth did not have
The only feasible answer is: the gravity of the Earth. I know about the
pseudo forces that Robert Sungenis talks about. But let's limit this discussion
to what we can measure.
OK then the Sun is 93,000,000 miles from Earth. We can measure that.
The Sun "orbits" the Earth in 24 hours.
So, 93,000,000 miles x 2 x 3.1416 / 24 hours = 24,347,400 miles per hour.
The Sun is traveling about 24 million miles per hour.
Don't you think there would be a trail of fire following behind the Sun, like
comets have a trail of some kind?
If the Earth were orbiting the Sun ...
93,000,000 miles x 2 x 3.1416 / 365 days / 24 hrs = 66,705 miles per hour.
The Earth would be going 66,705 miles per hour.
Which has more gravity? The Sun. Therefore it makes more sense that the
Earth is orbiting the Sun. It's total lunacy to think the Earth has enough
gravity to keep the Sun (going 24 million MPH) in orbit around the Earth.
For the Moon ...
252,000 miles (at most) x 2 x 3.1416 / 28 days / 24 hours = 2,356 MPH.
If the Moon were going 24 million MPH, do you think it would still be orbiting
the Earth? No way. It would be far away in outer space.
Then how could the Sun still be orbiting the Earth. It would take some kind
of astronomical force to keep it circling the Earth.
Conclusion. Geocentrism only makes sense when you can find some kind of
unbelievable force not understandable to humans. Imagine how fast the
nearest star is traveling ... faster than the speed of light.
I dare say that Geocentrism is a mere fantasy of people who try to make the
Bible a science textbook, using a view of the universe which was popular in
the time of David (in the old Testament), using vague terminology such as,
"shall not be moved".
Like I said before, not many people's brain can function in the world of math
and astronomy. I don't mean to be condescending, but the arguments for
Geocentrism really require a person to believe in magic.