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Interesting and unusual facts about Christians in the scientific revolution.
The convoluted tale of a faithful Catholic caught in a web of theological inflexibility, papal power, and his on political naivete.
A sense of cosmic awe sustained Johannes Kepler through deep sorrow.
Some defenders of secular science say they did. What's the real story?
Revolutionary astronomer
Misjudged astronomer
Happy 400th anniversary of not-quite-a-milestone in science!
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June 22, 431: The Third Ecumenical Council opens in Ephesus to condemn Nestorianism, which holds that Christ was two separate persons rather than one person with two natures (see issue 51: Heresy in the Early Church).

June 22, 1714: Matthew Henry, English Presbyterian pastor and Bible commentator, dies. His work is still published as Matthew Henry's Commentary.

June 22, 1750: Colonial preacher Jonathan Edwards is dismissed from his Massachusetts pastorate for pursuing tests for church membership (see ...

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