It just so happens that the Bible is a flat earth book. It mentions that the earth is immovable many times throughout.RickD wrote: ↑Tue Apr 13, 2021 3:21 amI was referring to his flat earth beliefs and teachings.Stu wrote:
What makes you say that apart from the flat earth stuff?
His believing in a flat earth, misrepresenting what others believe regarding the topic, and teaching this from a pulpit makes him a fruitcake nutjob.
Teaching that the Bible says the earth is flat, makes him a heretic and a false teacher.
I really don’t know anything about any of his other teachings.
But I’m going to guess that he probably teaches a works-based salvation. And I’m going to take a wild stab in the dark, and guess that he teaches the false gospel that one can lose salvation.
Usually false teachers have their false teachings rooted in a false gospel.
From Dean Odle’s page:http://hstrial-dodle.homestead.com/VisionHistory.html
False teachers of a feather, flock together:I was studying the Bible for hours each day and reading a lot of Kenneth E. Hagin books.
The Hebrews taught the earth was flat.
Until not long ago some Bibles had a flat earth drawing with the firmament in place.
Heiser, a scholar of scholars says the Bible teaches flat earth, he just doesn't believe the Bible.
Pastor Odle teaches the complete opposite of a works based salvation. OSAS is not what Jesus taught, he gave many teachings which said the complete opposite, He warned that you must stay on the right path.
Just because you believe NASA and Einstein over the Bible doesn't make Dean a heretic. Preaching what the Bible says throughout makes him much closer to the truth than you.
You believe faulty science over the Bible.
NASA and the governments of this world are in control by the devil, but you are so quick to believe every word out of their mouth. Tesla called Einstein a fuzzy haired idiot who made up fancy equations far away from actual experiments.
Einstein even admits that he came up with his relativity theory because all EXPERIMENTS showed the earth was not moving, so he just done away with the ether even though it explained many other things in science.
Sorry but you don't get to judge others when your science is off by 1 to the power of 120, that's 1 with 120 zeros behind it, and you teach the day age theory. You have made the Bible fit into your faulty science rather than taking the Bible as factual.
Edit: And I know you'll say that Heiser doesn't teach that, well he does. Here is a piece from his article when he says just that.
Christians Who Believe the Earth is Really Flat — Does It Get Any Dumber Than This?Those of in the sane world might wonder where the question comes from. The answer is my work (not mine, really — just those ancient writers in the Bible whose worldview knew nothing of modern cosmology, space flight, celestial mechanics, etc.). I and other OT scholars (e.g., John Walton; see below) have written articles about the pre-modern cosmology of the biblical writers — about how the biblical text describes a round, flat earth, complete with a covering dome, to which were affixed the stars (which in turn were thought to be divine beings, or under the power of divine beings). That work is being used by leaders in the flat earth camp (yes, it exists — in the same neighborhood as ancient astronaut theorists) as proof of this view. My picture and links to my writings or lectures have been touted on Facebook and other hallowed learning communities creating the impression that I believe the earth is flat, not round.
So he says the Bible teaches a flat earth, he just says that the writers didn't know any better. In other words the Bible was not God inspired because why would he inspire lies only to confuse later readers of the Bible who would then question the whole Bible.
And he better be careful of who he makes fun of, not only because the Bible is God inspired but because his so called science and cosmology is in complete disarray and they don't know up from down.2 Timothy 3:16
All Scripture is given by inspiration of God and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness,
And you place this cosmology and science above the Bible??