One should also criticise Darwin for not accepting genes and DNA.
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From: "george murphy" <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: Glenn makes front page of AiG today
> PHSEELY@aol.com wrote:
> > Allen wrote,
> > ............................................................
> > < It clearly says the sun is moving around the earth.
> > Nowhere does the Bible say or infer that the earth is moving rather than
> > sun. Indeed, as Luther pointed out, the world (the earth upon which man
> > dwells) is fixed and cannot be moved (Psa 93:1; 96:10).
> > If "sound Biblical thinking" means that scientifically acquired data is
> > interpreted within the Biblical paradigm, then you must join Luther in
> > rejecting Copernicanism.
> Paul -
> Of course your basic argument is correct but can we finally give
> break on this? He certainly thought the sun went around the earth but so
> virtually everyone else in the mid-16th century. It's hardly fair to pick
> after-dinner remark that a student remembered him as saying several years
> use it to represent him as dogmatically anti-Copernican. Donald Kobe's
> "Copernicus and Martin Luther: an encounter between science and religion"
> _American Journal of Physics_ 66 (3), March 1998, 190--196, is worth
> this regard.
> George L. Murphy
> "The Science-Theology Interface"
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