Friday, March 31, 2006


Cherished Assumptions

When you compare this:
"If you see the Earth as just a humdrum planet among stars circling in a vast universe, then we're not significant, we're just part of a crowd," says Robert Sungenis, author of Galileo Was Wrong. "But if you believe everything revolves around Earth, it gives another picture - of purpose, a meaning of life."

To this:
Is Earth merely an insignificant speck in a vast and meaningless universe? On the contrary. The Privileged Planet: How Our Place in the Cosmos Is Designed for Discovery shows that this cherished assumption of materialism is dead wrong. Earth is a lot more significant than virtually anyone has realized. Contrary to the scientific orthodoxy, it is not an average planet around an ordinary star in an unremarkable part of the Milky Way.
You begin to ask, what is the difference, really, between geocentrism and intelligent design?


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