As they were not particularly strong fortifications, the Popes relied instead on the immensely strong fortifications of their palace, the " Palais des Papes ".
Actually, it is Heliocentrism which conflicts with observation - at least with taking it: Now, why these two questions? I had answered CMI on a page they are promoting again. Now I see there are comments. I have researched geocentrism, and convinced of it scripturally, and pardon me by saying I have a 'gut feeling' that it is the truth.
It has been said that the devil could not have gotten evolution rolling without first setting up Copernicus and the heliocentric idea. I think that if you were to give geocentrism even a breath of consideration, the howls you now get from a large portion of the Christian community for your stand on a YE 6-day creation which I firmly believe will seem like whimpers!
Robert Carter responds 'Gut' feelings are not good arguments. When emotions conflict with observation, one of them is generally wrong. And, evolutionary ideas were found among the Greek philosophers, most of whom were geocentrists, so Copernicus was not needed for evolution. Instead, Copernicus was a leading figure in the Scientific Revolution, which was an outgrowth of Christian appeals to the use of logic in theology.
It was the detour to atheistic 'scientism' during the Enlightenment at the hands of those who hated the then religious underpinnings of science that is to blame.
And, as our track record certainly shows, we are not afraid of reprobation from even the Christian community. We took this stand on this issue because we feel it was the correct stand to take. Thus, there is no reason to give geocentrism even a breath of consideration.
Let us break it up a bit They are until there are clearer ones. Going by it is better than "feeling" one is being reasonable by going against it.
I don't see how calling a "gut feeling" in favour of Geocentrism an emotion helps clarity. We are dealing with the prime honesty of reason, not with passion. Plus, geocentrism does not conflict with observations.
If anything it is Heliocentrism which does so. Copernicus would not have been enough for evolution. He termed the propositions a hypothesis. You are not favouring long ageism by reading Silmarillion for entertainment - even if it is certainly long age compared to Biblical chronology and possibly meant to fit into a form of gap theory, as a scenario.
Because Silmarillion is not proposed as truth, but as poetry. Each part of the scenario is a possibility to think over, and when it comes to parallel propositions in the real world or primary reality - to take or leave alone independently of that beautiful story. Now, "evolutionary ideas were found among the Greek philosophers" NONE of them proposed Darwinian evolution.
Epicure proposed repeated cultural evolution of mankind in the way Engels reads and Darwinists read with him what they term "prehistoric man".
Plato proposed a "moral evolution" with so many variations you cannot really tell if he is closer to Christianity or New Age - but he certainly never proposed either man or horse evolved from fish.
If anything, possibly rather that monkeys devolved from man. Aristotle considered marginal variations across kind limits to be possible - but marginal.
Stoics are perhaps the closest An itch for contradicting the Bible and a hope to get away with it like it is somehow going to be substantiated are that. And if the itch was always there, it took diverse shapes, and most of them incompatible with Evolution as long as Christendom at large was Geocentric.
The placing of such hope in exact sciences comes from the social - if not logical - victory for Heliocentrism. From the gut feeling contradicting observation on the basis of a very few selected observations and of a very selected interpretation of them that Heliocentrism had logically conquered the ground - when actually it hadn't.
Cancers are also outgrowths. The science back when Sts Thomas Aquinas considered angels moved each star and planet and Nicolas Oresme considered Heliocentrism a possibility but not wroth while because counterintuitive, was a science which had no conflict with Holy Bible and only in detail with observations later made.
The Scientific revolution - as C. Lewis observed - started out in a bad neighbourhood with tainted air: If Bacon of Verulam was not a magician, his goals were theirs and only his means different.Archive of the Agenda of Corrèze for , lausannecongress2018.com - How to organize your visit to Corrèze.
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