FALSE BELIEVING IS NEVER COMPULSORY

Standing on the seashore viewing the broad expanse of water before him, one is confronted with the erroneous belief that the earth is flat. As we watch what is termed sunrise, sense testimony would have us believe that the earth is stationary and the sun moving from east to west. The mirage, which is but an atmospheric illusion, appears to be the genuine landscape to one who does not know the fact about it.

There are other apt illustrations which show that the testimony of the corporeal senses is not reliable, is far from accurate and should not be depended upon when the endeavor is to understand and demonstrate Truth. But there is no law, power, or combination of circumstances able to compel one to believe that the earth is flat, that the sun moves from east to west, that a mirage is the landscape or even a part of it.

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