Debate On Flat Earth With Robert Sungenis & Rob Skiba
Hey, Principle fans!
We want to inform you of a very interesting event that will occur on November 15, 2018.
Robert Sungenis, creator, executive producer and actor in The Principle movie, and now author of the new book, Flat Earth/Flat Wrong, will be having a public and formal debate against Rob Skiba, one of the most popular flat-earthers in the country.
The debate will take place at 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Crown Plaza Airport Convention Center hotel in Denver, Colorado. You can still make reservations at the hotel if you want to come.
The debate is part of the International Flat Earth conference that will take place November 15 and 16. See www.fe2018.com for more details.
Speakers include most of the heavyweights of the flat earth movement, such as: Patricia Steere (who appeared on CBS’s morning show October 14 defending the flat earth);Mark Sargent (the Enclosed World); Bob Knodel (Globebusters); Jeran Campanella (Jeranism); Robbie Davidson (Celebrate Truth); Zen Garcia (Sacred Word Publishing),
…and nineteen other speakers.
As most of you know, The Principle debuted October 2014 in Chicago at Regal movie theaters. A few months prior, the media got wind of The Principle and it became the third highest topic of discussion on the Internet, and was covered by over 150 new outlets around the world. By the time The Principle came to Los Angeles theaters, it became the fourth highest “per screen average” nationwide for that weekend, with American Sniper grabbing the top spot.
But a funny thing happened on the way to Chicago. Just a couple of months later the Flat-Earth movement took off in popularity like it had never seen before. Almost overnight the whole world was talking about whether the Earth was flat or round. Was that just a coincidence? The flat-earthers say no. They freely admit they were riding the coattails of The Principle. Why? Because they figured that since both of us believed the Earth is at the center of the universe and that modern science and the press have done their best to keep this knowledge from us, we had a lot in common. Perhaps we do. But as Clint Eastwood once told us in Dirty Harry, every man has his limitations!
So, Rob Skiba and Robert Sungenis will go at it to see what, if any, resolution can be made of these two popular movements. Robert is hoping his arguments don’t fall on flat ears 🙂
Questions will be invited from the audience, so come join us and offer your two cents!