Mandeville, LA – It is one of the great urban legends of our time that Galileo Galilei was right to have proposed Heliocentrism to describe Earth’s place in the cosmos and the Roman Catholic Church was wrong on this count. In fact, in 1938 even Einstein conceded he had failed to disprove Geocentrism.
Listen to Part I of Mike Church’s “Back To Schola” series, Darwin Was Wrong – Starring special guest Chris Ferrara
“The struggle, so violent in the early days of science, between the views of Ptolemy and Copernicus would then be quite meaningless. Either CS could be used with equal justification. The two sentences, ‘the sun is at rest and the earth moves,’ or ‘the sun moves and the earth is at rest,’ would simply mean two different conventions concerning two different CS.”
Part of this diabolical myth also holds that Galileo’s theory has been tested thousands of times over and proven to be 100% True. In this 70 minute Webisode you will learn with Robert Sungenis (director of Galileo Was Wrong on DVD) and Mike Church that in fact, heliocentrism has never been proven, nor has it been proven that Earth if moving through space much less around the sun. Most importantly you’ll learn WHY this is one of the most important things to know to gain the upper hand in the Church Militant’s struggle against Her enemy: Evil i.e. Satan.
” They are perpetually trying to bluff us with big words and learned allusions; on the assumption that we have never learnt anything–even of their own funny little ways. Every leader-writer who thunders “Galileo” at us assumes that we know even less about Galileo than he does. Every preacher of popular science who throws a long word at us thinks we shall have to look it up in the dictionary and hopes we shall not study it seriously even in the encyclopaedia. Their use of science is rather like the use made of it by the heroes of certain adventure stories, in which the white men terrify the savages by predicting an eclipse or producing an electric shock. These are in a sense true demonstrations of science. They are in a sense right in saying that they are scientists. Where they are perhaps wrong is in supposing that we are savages.”