Tag: Nicolaus Copernicus
Johannes Kepler on the Holy Work of Astronomy
Kepler rejected the idea that the enormous scale of the cosmos suggested that mankind is less important than in the cozier Aristotelian-Ptolemaic model.
New Study: The Milky Way Is Exceptional
“You might have to travel a half a billion light years from the Milky Way, past many, many galaxies, to find another cosmological wall with a galaxy like ours.”
New Book: For This Scientist, Science Did Not Point to Atheism
Kepler was not alone. Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, Nicolaus Copernicus, and many others who established modern science were deeply religious thinkers.
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.
Zinc and the Miracle of Man
Elemental zinc pulls together multiple themes that biologist Michael Denton writes about in his new book.