From Christendom to Modern Europe-1

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From Christendom to Modern Europe, 1650-1750 During this time period. This new attitude is described as “modernity” of “secular’. It goes against the previous things of what it meant to be a Christian. 1. The scientific revolution, 1600-1700 - Other cultures have generally looked to the west in this. These ideas tended to go against those of the churches The Heliocentric theory: Copernicus(1473-1543) – he says that the sun is at the center of the universe not the earth. This was just a theory he had no proof he simply had good arguments for this through mathematics. Galileo (1564-1642) Trial, 1632 – He was Italian came from Florence in part of the Renaissance. His proof came from a new invention it was the telescope. He did not invent it. He was the first person that we know that could observe the surface of the moon. He made some other discoveries that convinced him that Copernicus was right. He published his views and the church attacked him. He says that you cannot rely on the bible for nature views. He is called before the Roman inquisition. Galileo recants he does not have the same kind of courage that Luther did. He wanted to live out the rest of his life he had some important things to do. He wanted to finish his books. He writes them under house arrest. He develops an alter explanation of how the universe works what keeps them in
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