A Multitude of Truths

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Philosophy

 

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Shane D

 

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August 5, 2014

 

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University

 

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He was a man of science who was also very spiritual. He simply believed that there was "a multitude of truths" (Galileo, 87) and that some passages in the Bible needed to be reinterpreted to learn new lessons and account for new truths. Galileo was very spiritual and never intended to go against the church in any way...
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He merely wanted his discoveries to try to be tied into the Holy Scripture so that they can uncover a deeper meaning to discover new truths and lessons. The actions of Galileo to some might be that of a heretic. The Catholic Church, which was very powerful and influential in Galileo's day, strongly supported the idea of a geocentric universe...
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