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The City that's Frozen in time

I took out my notepad, a pen, and some sheets that I had used to roughly jot down my adventures. Remembering every bit that had happened earlier that day, I started filling in the gaps to complete my log. 1,530 more words


Galileo: The heretic who wasn’t

Students venturing into the social studies of science will quickly realize that the origins of modern science cannot be studied without understanding the role that organized religion played in its development. 970 more words


Galileo and the Bible (conclusion)

July 22, 2016

In the great contemporary struggle to find alternatives to wooden, sclerotic literalism some Christians have landed on the view that the Bible’s authority lies in its message of salvation.  677 more words


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“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.”

― Galileo Galilei

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Galileo and the Two Books: The Bible and Scientific Knowledge

July 19, 2016

The Bible has a lot to say about the natural world, but what does it say? I’m not asking, “Which words does it use and which sentences does it contain?” but instead “When the Bible talks about the natural world, what is the nature of its discourse?” 730 more words


Famous Scientists Who Believed in God - Part 4 - Galileo Galilei

Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)

Galileo is often remembered for his conflict with the Roman Catholic Church. His controversial work on the solar system was published in 1633. 116 more words

Space And Physics

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In recent days the science sections of the media have been full of the successful entering of orbit around Jupiter by the NASA probe Juno after its five-year, 2.8 billion kilometre journey from the Earth. 816 more words

Evolve the Universe reblogged this on Evolve the Universe and commented:

An interesting historical note on the naming of the Galilean moons. Also, congratulations to the Juno spacecraft team!