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SDA FLAT EARTH 1of2 Alexander Gleason 'Is the Bible From Heaven? Is the Earth a Globe?' -

SDA FLAT EARTH 1of2 Alexander Gleason 'Is the Bible From Heaven? Is the Earth a Globe?' por 7th Day Truth Seeker   3 anos atrás

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"The sect which produced the most Flat Earth adherents in the nineteenth century was the Seventh Day Adventists. Several Seventh Day Adventists authored Flat Earth books based on 'Earth Not a Globe' by Samuel Rowbotham. The most notable of these is 'Is the Bible From Heaven? Is the Earth a Globe?' by Alexander Gleason. This voluminous book is possibly the most informative Zetetic Flat Earth book aside from 'Earth Not a Globe."

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Thank you to YouTube = Solomonknew who introduced me to the author and his book. Audio source for this post is from the files at Solomonknew.

Flat Earth Book by Alex Gleason

Is the Bible From Heaven? Is the Earth a Globe? book text:

Gleason Standard Flat Earth Map Reveals 24 hour Clock

The Azimuthal Equidistant Map is the Flat Earth

Alexander Gleason map:

Gleason's new standard map of the world : on the projection of J. S. Christopher, Modern College, Blackheath, England ; scientifically and practically correct ; as "it is."

Publisher: Buffalo Electrotype and Engraving Co.
Date: 1892
Location: World

ALEXANDER GLEASON.- Died at Darien Center, N. Y.,
March 13, 1909, Alexander Gleason, aged 81
years, 3 months, and 13 days. About three
months before his death Brother Gleason had
a stroke of paralysis, which rendered his left
side helpless. He hoped that the Lord would
restore him, but as weeks went on, he realized
that the time was nearing when he would
rest. He made all necessary arrangements,
and left a testimony to be read at his death,
which expressed courage and faith. He said
that he accepted the Bible as the infallible
Word of God at Toledo, Ohio, from his study
of a pamphlet, "The Four Universal Monarchies."
He was baptized by Elder J. H.
Waggoner at Hillsdale, Mich., in the spring
of 1859. Since that time he had never
doubted the truth of this message. The writer
has been personally acquainted with Brother
Gleason for twenty-five years. He has ever
been at his post, faithful to the principles of
the message. In his last hours he realized
that the battle had been. fought, the victory
won. We laid him to rest like a fallen warrior
to awake at 'his Master's call. The
church sorrows, but with a bright hope. He
leaves three daughters, also his life companion,
to mourn his death. He chose for
Scriptural texts I Cor. 15 : 21, 22 ; Job 19 : 25.
26. Remarks were made by the writer.
R&H, April 15, 1909


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