Nathan Roberts of FlatEarthDoctrine Post About Stephen The Martyr

Nathan Roberts of FlatEarthDoctrine posted the following false teaching.  

Flat earther Nathan Roberts proclaimed on his FlatEarthDoctrine Facebook page:

Stephen martyred for Jesus, not Torah/Law…Apostle Paul can testify.

Listen to Stephen’s great speech. What was the focus? The Old Testament? Or the New Testament?

Seriously? Did Nathan even read Stephen’s great speech? 

Stephen recounted the story of Abraham being called out, Isaac his son, and Jacob the father of the 12 tribes of Israel.

Stephen recounted the story of Joseph saving many people from famine.

Stephen recounted Moses birth and being raised by Pharaoh’s daughter, his killing an Egyptian, his fleeing and being away for 40 years, and his receiving the commandments on Mount Sinai.

Stephen recalled the Israelites being released from captivity, and then wandering in the wilderness for forty years, learning to obey the commandments, disobeying Elohim and worshiping false gods, 

Stephen proclaimed that the Jews were stiff-necked and disobedient to Elohim’s commandments, “Who have received the law by the disposition of angels, and have not kept it.”

And then he accused them of betraying and murdering the Just One, the Messiah who had been sent to ratify the everlasting covenant as the Passover Lamb, to atone for their sins. 

Is Nathan Roberts so blind that he can see that most of Stephen’s great speech was about the Old Testament?

As for him asking whether Stephen’s speech was about the New Testament, the question is absurd, as the New Testament hadn’t even been written yet, so how would Stephen focus on it?

It’s just another case of Nathan Roberts failing to understand the proper context of Scripture.

Nathan Roberts is also very confused about what Scripture proclaims about the shape of the earth, as he takes Bible verses out of context, to make them seem like they’re pointing to a flat earth.

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