Bruno was not executed for his view that we live in a vast universe with vast numbers of planets.
Educated people in the medieval period were well aware that the Earth is round, a fact immediately evident when you see a lunar eclipse.
As Jay Richards recounts, James Tour was absolutely “on fire” at the Dallas Conference, ferociously critiquing facile materialist origin-of-life theories.
Isn’t it interesting that some laymen are able to interact with the relevant scientific ideas here — Prager does — while others plug their ears and refuse to think about it.
Did Christianity really drag the West into an anti-scientific “Dark Ages,” a period said to stretch from the fall of Rome to 1450 AD?