Some months ago in my article “Growing by Leaps and Bounds?” I pointed out that, contrary to Robert Sungenis’s assertions, it was not ordinary ball earth geocentrism that is growing “by leaps and bounds” but rather interest in the Flat Earth.
A little more exploration shows that, not only is interest in Flat Earth outstripping geocentrism by a long mile, its appeal is geographically more diverse. Ball earth geocentrism seems limited to the United States, while the Flat Earth phenomenon is more global in its appeal. Check it out on Google Trends:
Bottom line is that compared to the Flat Earth, ball earth geocentrism is flat-lining.