Tag: Galileo Galilei
Religious Intuition Can Lead to Scientific Discovery: The Cases of Copernicus and Ferguson
ID is not religion. But even if we were to concede falsely that it is, such a characterization is irrelevant to the question of whether it is true.
Michael Keas: Faith, Science, and the Phases of Venus
Dr. Keas explains, among things, the role that Venus with its phases, like those of our Moon, played in advancing astronomy into the modern age.
Italian Center on Intelligent Design Holds Launch Event
The city of Turin was an especially fitting place for the public launch of a group focusing on intelligent design.
Stephen Meyer Takes Questions, Including: “Has Science Matured Past Its Christian Origins?”
Granted that the early scientists were Christians, does it follow that science necessarily supports Christianity or any form of theism?
John Bloom on the Match that Lit the Scientific Revolution
Babylonians and Greeks contributed some discoveries and insights that would eventually play into the rise of science.