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The Christian Face of the Scientific Revolution: Did You Know?
Interesting and unusual facts about Christians in the scientific revolution.
The Christian Face of the Scientific Revolution: From the Editor - The Specter of Enmity
Galileo and the Powers Above
The convoluted tale of a faithful Catholic caught in a web of theological inflexibility, papal power, and his on political naivete.
Galileo's Spiritual Director
If there were a true demonstration
Upon Further Review…
A God of Math & Order
The new science rode in on the shoulders of theological ideas.
Luminous Wonder, Heavy Cross
A sense of cosmic awe sustained Johannes Kepler through deep sorrow.
Did the Reformers Reject Copernicus?
Some defenders of secular science say they did. What's the real story?
16th-century students of anatomy saw the hand of God in the intricacies of the body.
The Christian Face of the Scientific Revolution: Christian History Timeline - Milestones to Modern Science
A Priest Serving in Nature's Temple
Robert boyle's career blended faith, doubt, and the use of science to heal disease and fight atheism.
Newton vs. Newton
Creation's Symmetries, God's Mystery
Blaise Pascal pioneered in math and physics but drew faith from revelation alone.
Cosmic Codebreaker, Pious Heretic
Isaac Newton wrote theology and hoped his scientific theories would help people believe in God. But he harbored a deep secret….
The Christian Virtuosi
The Royal Society defended religion but laid the groundwork for irreligion.
Antony van Leeuwenhoek found God's great glory in his tiny creations.
No Vein Inquiry
William Harvey founded modern physiology by seeking God's purposes for the body's design.
The Christian Face of the Scientific Revolution: Christian History Interview - Natural Adversaries?
Historian David Lindberg shows that Christianity and science are not at war - and may never have been.
The Christian Face of the Scientific Revolution: Recommended Resources
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