Some things are “true” only from a phenomenological POV. For me, looking out my window, the sun DOES rise in the AM, and goes “down” in the PM. The world is flat, when considered on the tiny scale of one person, and their usual routine. My level does work, in my house.
I do not have to consider the curvature of the earth when I go for a walk, only because it is so big. If it were shrunk to the size of my neighborhood, I would have to walk differently. Or, if I take a long flight on this size globe, the flight plan does have to consider the curvature.
The Bible was written for people who did not need to take into account the motion of the planets or shape of the planet. The Church affirms the value of Reason, which is created by God, and has helped bring about growth in knowledge. The saints in their writings often applied recently learned information from science or geography.
Religious websites that pretend that we don’t really know what shape the earth is, or similar nonsense, are building their website hits, or selling publications. Nobody ever went broke by printing outrageous headlines. They can always find some quasi-scientist who supports some weird conclusion by focusing on one fact, but ignoring 9 more relevant facts. If you bend a fact here, and ignore other evidence there, you can “prove” gravity can’t possibly exist, or prove electricity is just a myth, or … whatever.
The scientific method is related to Reason. The Church is not the rival of Reason, the Church affirms Reason. As time goes on, the secular society is moving away from Reason, as can be shown by visiting some colleges and watching the snowflakes. When Christians push the lurid headlines, like The Earth is Flat, it makes the gospel look ridiculous and weakens our defense of Reason.