Flat Earth: “50 Reasons Copernicus or The Bible” is the work of a Godly and brilliant man by the name of Frederick Emil Pasche, who published his original book in 1915. His biblical and scientific reasoning is so good, so full of common sense, so sound in it’s analysis, I felt the world must have access to this book. He includes many excellent quotes from other scientists and theologians, and . . . you’ll like this: Pasche gets to the point quickly in each chapter, and he writes short chapters. That makes this book easy to read, although that doesn’t mean you will find his challenges easy to accept. The battle between Copernicans and Christians who believe in the literal interpretation of the scriptures rages on today. You may not be convinced the earth is not a sphere, and you may not be convinced the earth does not rotate or revolve, but that’s all the more reason you ought to read this book. Whatever your beliefs, it is always a good idea to be educated on the subject and the arguments. You will benefit from reading this book regardless of your beliefs today. The annotations have added some explanatory material, and you’ll appreciate the Appendix, which includes 68 verses from the Bible that all affirm a flat earth. Oh, did I say this is an enjoyable read?