This is “Godrules” here. My name is actually Tony. My website Godrules.net has an about page… Its at the bottom of the front page “About Godrules.net”. Not that I agree with the assumption that it is even relevant to declare who I am.
I don’t believe in Flat Earth or Concave Earth, though I definitely do not believe we live on a spinning ball either… Most are too indoctrinated to even start to question anything from a scientific basis. But I can easily prove scientifically with already well known experiments that we are not on a “spinning” ball. Try looking up the Sagnac Experiment which debunks Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and his claim there is no aether. There is a reason why they do not teach the Sagnac Experiment in the classroom. Also look up Airey’s failure and Michelson Morley’s experiment. Look at the actual real data from the experiments and you will know conclusively that the surface you stand on does not spin.
My background is Mechanical Engineering, so I believe I have room to speak. I have an actual science degree, not that it is terribly relevant. Anyone who uses logic and looks into those experiments will know they are explaining away the results, rather than using the results to come to conclusions.
Regarding the afterlife, I don’t try to be dogmatic, but rather look at it scientifically. It could be universal restoration. It could be a combination of it and annihilationism. Its hard to say without doing some serious research beyond the cursory, or even regular in depth research.
Regarding sex, I have a simple thing to show you here. Most think they know it all, but I will likely be bursting a few bubbles here. Simply look at the first English translation ever made. The William Tyndale version. Look at Matthew 5:27-28. Note it says “wife” and not “woman”. Actually, it is written “wyfe” in old English.
There is a reason he translated it wife. It really is pretty simple once you do some research. The fact of the matter is the same term in greek for woman and wife and Jesus clearly is paraphrasing the 10th Commandment of the 10 Commandments (do not covet they neighbor’s wife). Note the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount, he said he did not come to “destroy the Law”. He did not come to change it.
Then note the term “lust” is the same as the term “desire” where it is used to refer to good things in scripture. Such as “he that desires the office of a bishop desires a good work”. Very same term as “lust” in greek. Because it has nothing to do with “sexual lust” but rather a covet act of stealing.
Note the breakdown of the 10 Commandments. Do not steal is the main theme. Do not steal another man’s life, do not steal his money, his wife(adultery), etc.
Jesus was not saying you can not lust after a woman, he was saying you can not desire to take your neighbor’s wife. Of course, due to Gnosticism, this has been changed. Gnosticism shapes a lot of Christian theology on sex.
Then note that Sampson did not lose the power of the Holy Spirit when he slept with Delilah. Yet, he did when his hair was cut.
I could go on and on and on… I could prove that most of the common modern day theology sex is about as anti-biblical as some of these “pornos” you speak of.