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Copernicus and Buridan

The early modern scientists have seen further only by standing on the shoulders of giants: their predecessors.

It is the same with scientists of the present. 430 more words


How the West Was Made; or Forgoing Genius for Righteousness



Intellects or


Never known

but infamy.

In their time

many were told… 78 more words

Without A Paddle

William Derham

William Derham (26 November 1657 – 5 April 1735) was an Anglican priest,  the vicar of Wargrave and chaplain to the Prince of Wales. He was interested in zoology, the natural sciences, physics, and astronomy, publishing a list of nebulae. 471 more words


You Don't Personally Know That the Earth is a Round Ball

Yeah, the title may have thrown you off a bit, but that’s the point. Have you ever stopped and asked yourself, “how do I personally know that the earth is that round globe I used to see in school and that NASA keeps showing on its website and in the news?” Have you ever been to the north or south pole? 437 more words

Measure the Heavens? - The Faith of Astronomy

Thus saith the Lord; If heaven above can be measured, and the foundations of the earth searched out beneath, I will also cast off all the seed of Israel for all that they have done, saith the Lord. 726 more words


The Galileo Myth

The “debate” between religion and science is not new. It’s been alive and well in the world for centuries, and even a topic that I have written about before… 320 more words

Catholic Church

But I thought Scientists Hated Philosophers!

We are constantly bombarded about how rational scientists do not believe in God. It’s almost pictured as a pre-requisite on your way to a Nobel prize. 607 more words