Tuesday, March 28, 2006


Bible Proves Galileo Wrong, Earth is Center of Universe

Robert Sungenis has just completed a 1,000-page book titled, Galileo Was Wrong.

All that nonsense about the earth rotating around the sun... It's wrong. You see, the entire universe revolves around us. The Bible says so.

Just as Behe, Dembski, Wells, Meyer and the rest have their own website, Sungenis has his own website-- Catholic Apologetics International -- that once offered a $1,000 reward to anyone who could disprove geocentrism and prove instead that the earth orbits the sun instead of the other way around. (Nobody could.)

You may think Sungenis is some sort of religious nut, but -- again, just like the intelligent design theorists who doubt Darwin -- he has an advanced degree and a background in science. According to the Sun Herald:
Sungenis' background is in both theology and science. He said he was a physics major at George Washington University but received his bachelor's degree in religious studies from GW, and a master's in the same from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. His religious studies doctorate came this year from Calamus International University, which identifies itself on its Web site as a "nontraditional institution."
Nontraditional? Not surprising.

Where's the proof? Well, here's the explanation geocentrism theorist Marshall Hall -- he's been researching it since 1980 -- has posted on his website (Yeah, he's got one too) You can learn all about Copernican and Darwinian Myths there:
You want to travel from Washington, D.C., to San Francisco. If the Earth is turning, why not just hover in a helicopter? Wait a few hours above the East Coast and eventually the West Coast will be underneath you.
Want more proof?
The Earth is not rotating...nor is it going around the sun. The universe is not one ten trillionth the size we are told. Today’s cosmology fulfills an anti-Bible religious plan disguised as "science". The whole scheme from Copernicanism to Big Bangism is a factless lie. Those lies have planted the Truth-killing virus of evolutionism in every aspect of man’s "knowledge" about the Universe, the Earth, and Himself.
See how silly it is to believe the Coppernican myth that the earth is rotating?

It's all about the science. Polls show that upwards of 20 percent of the population believe the sun orbits the earth. Can it be long before geocentrism becomes part of the Kansas science curriculum?

The modern, science based geocentric movement, according to Sungenis, is growing "both nationally and internationally."

By the way, Sungenis doesn't like it when people classify geocentrists with Flat Earthers. "We don't believe that at all," he says.

RSR is very impressed with the science backing up geocentrism, but we have some advice for movement activists. We think Sungenis made big mistake by not naming his book Galileo's Black Box. Also, you've got to drop the Bible and Catholic Apologetics stuff. Try something more appealing, say, The Center for Science and Civilization.

You've got to start talking about how heliocentrism is destroying traditional moral values in the West, too. Oh yeah, drop the stuff about teaching geocentrism. You've got to start talking about teaching the controversy over heliocentrism -- even better -- teaching the scientific criticisms of heliocentrism. It's all about critical thinking, see?

And don't forget to hammer home the fact that heliocentrism has become a religious dogma, and that many geocentrists in the universities are afraid to speak out because of the repressive climate in academe.


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