Galileo made a small telescope with which he made scientific observations which went against the prevailing consensus around the system of Ptolemy. At that time many people, including religious leaders such as Luther and Calvin believed incorrectly that the system of Ptolemy agreed with The Bible. In particular, the Roman Catholic church, which had civil, as well as ecclesiastical authority, condemned the scientific observations of Galileo as heresy, and forced him to retract them under threat of death. It also seems that it was the scientific opponents of Galileo, those who supported the system of Ptolemy and Aristotle, who stood to lose the most by being proven wrong. The Roman Catholic church of the day was thus in a sense 'used' by this group to get the findings of Galileo suppressed.
So, to put it simply, Galileo certainly demonstrated the folly of trying to marry the Bible to scientific theories which can and do become outdated. He certainly did not disprove the Bible itself, as the Bible does not support the system of Ptolemy.
Yes. Both Gallileo and Copernicus disproved the Bible's teachings that the Earth was the center of the Universe.
"The geocentric model held sway into the early modern age; from the late 16th century onward it was gradually replaced by the heliocentric model of Copernicus, Galileo and Kepler. Today, geocentric cosmology survives as a literary element within alternate history Science Fiction."
planetary motion laws
To disprove Aristotle's theory.
Galileo was motivated by his religion like god and the bible
He used a telescope to observe mountains on the Moon. ^ Study Island.
The Bible is worthless nonsense. If anyone is reading it, it should be to disprove or make fun of it.
The Church took the Bible literally, and they interpreted a verse that said the Sun stayed still. They said that Copernicus and Galileo where traitors of the bible and condemned them.
Copernicus brought the science, Galileo worked the church to allow scientists to answer questions already "answered" in the Bible, in this case the question of whether the earth is in motion, which the Bible says it is not.
You can't disprove that!
I will disprove your opinion of me.
Maybe, the church because his theory is diffirent from what is said to the bible.
Galileo and Copernicus were two of the scientists to disprove Ptolemy's geocentric theory of the universe. The Ptolemaic theory stated that the center was earth.
The short answer is ... Yes and no. He questioned the historical accuracy of the bible. In his quest to point out inconsistencies of Bible through archaeology, he discovered archaeological evidence to support the Bible as historically accurate.
I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.-Galileo GalileiThe Bible shows the way to go to heaven, not the way the heavens go.-Galileo GalileiNature is relentless and unchangeable, and it is indifferent as to whether its hidden reasons and actions are understandable to man or not.-Galileo Galilei
Disprove means to prove wrong.
because that would oppose the ideas of the bible and Aristotle
Example sentence - The scientists were attempting to disprove the theory.
Publishing information that was contrary to the view of the solar system held by the church as contradicting the Bible.
Yes, disprove is a synonym of belie.
The Church ordered Galileo to abandon the Copernican idea. The Coperrnican system threatened the Church's entire conception of the universe and seemed to contradict the Bible.
A:As long as the enemies of the Bible accept the truth of the Bible, it is relatively easy to turn back attacks on the Bible simply by quoting chapter and verse to prove the Bible correct. Some critics, although not necessarily enemies of the Bible, describe this as circular reasoning, because it relies on the Bible to be correct, in order to prove it to be correct. One response to this is to take biblical passages that are confirmed by non-biblical sources, and use this evidence to prove the entire Bible correct and wholly inerrant. Unfortunately, some critics persist and say that no one ever claimed the Bible is never historically correct, just that it is not always so and furthermore that there is no evidence that it is spiritually correct. Although we can never actually prove the Bible to be spiritually correct, we can seek to divert these attacks by pointing to prophecies in the Bible. If prophecies can be shown to be true, then the Bible must have been inspired by God. The rub is that believers accept the prophecies to be true, but time and again sceptics point to reasons to doubt the very fact of those prophecies.In the end, we can use the Bible and faith to disprove biblical criticism in our own minds, but we can never really disprove these attacks in the minds of a well-informed critic.
The defence will attempt to disprove the evidence given by the first witness.
GalileoGalileo was married but he married his sister
In the Old Testament it says that tattoos are wrong but this is because many people who worshipped Baal mutilated themselves a a sign of ther beliefs,if a tatoo doesnt mean anything that god would disprove of as written in the bible then it is fine.