Yes, "Norton." As we continue to make advancements in science and gain additional knowledge of our world and universe, some of the information in your Bible becomes obsolete. As does the "need" for your "god" to explain things to us. The rainbow is one example, and the description of thunder being "the magnificent voice of god" is another quaint example of the bible attempting to delve into the mysteries of nature.<quoted text>
Well Dawg, the astronauts have seen it with their own eyes and they don't seem to think it is flat. Soooooooooooo there!...
Most everyone these days thinks that the earth is a sphere (an oblate spheroid, to be more correct.)
Your bible tells a story which, if followed to its logical conclusion, "proves" that the earth is flat.
(And, although in your continued paranoia, you addressed this, your comment, to me, I am not "Pole Dancing for Jesus." As usual, you have your information incorrect. Wise up, "Norton.")