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21. Event: Faith and Reason
Galileo Separation of Science and Religion Evolution Vatican Conferences Creationism
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22. Evolution Topic: The Compatiblity of Teological and Causal Explanations
discoveries of Copernicus, Galileo , and Newton. There is no more reason to consider anti-Christian Darwin's theory of evolution and explanation of design than to consider anti-Christian Newton's laws of motion. Divine action in the
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23. Evolution Topic: Darwin's Discovery: Design without Designer
Church's opposition to Galileo in the seventeenth century had been similarly motivated not only by the apparent contradiction between the heliocentric theory and a literal interpretation of the Bible, but also by the unseemly attempt to
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24. Evolution Topic: The Darwinian Revolution
of Copernicus, Kepler , Galileo , and Newton in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, had gradually ushered in the notion that the workings of the universe could be explained by human reason. It was shown that the earth is not the center of
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25. General Term: Aristotle (384-322 BCE)
seventeenth century and the Galileo controversy over the correct theory of planetary motion, Aristotelianism emerged as the filter through which the world was viewed, particularly in the areas of physics and cosmology , but also in medicine and
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26. General Term: Scientific Revolution
Kepler, Galileo , Newton, Descartes ) had revealed a universe which seemed like a perfectly run machine, comprehensible by the human mind and the enlightened scientific understanding it had now gained. Related Topics:
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27. General Term: Special Relativity
physics of Newton and Galileo . Instead, SR invites us to look at the union of space and time in “spacetime”, often referred to as “3+1 --> 4". Here, though time and space measurements vary between moving observers,
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