Monday, April 18, 2016


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  1. Taking some heat about this one over at Patheos, with the claim that it demonstrates a lack of knowledge about Galileo and his personal beliefs about religion. But this panel is not about his religious beliefs - it's about his trial for heresy for daring to question religious doctrines that clearly were scientifically in error. To many of us the recent support for NOMA from the religious community would seem to have more to do with a shift in power from religion toward the sciences, leading to a shift in strategy rather than any change in thinking.