In Copernicus’ day, the Earth was thought to be at the bottom of the universe, the “sump” where all the filth collected.
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?
Shermer tries to rewrite history by insisting that science is built on atheistic assumptions.
“Without Hegel there would have been no Darwin,” Pearcey explains.
Science reveals a transcendent mind, and mind enables science.