God new evidence

GOD: new evidence

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From Copernicus to Galileo ('Bad Faith' #5)

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After Copernicus put forward the idea that the Earth goes round the Sun, Tycho Brahe made important measurements of the positions of the planets, and Johannes Kepler built on his work to discover three laws of planetary motion.  Brahe and Kepler were at the leading edge of science in their day. Their discoveries were radical, but they weren’t persecuted for them, and there wasn’t any conflict between the Christian faith and their scientific discoveries. In fact Kepler was a deeply religious Christian believer, who saw himself as 'thinking God’s thoughts after him.'

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