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God's two books : Copernican cosmology and biblical interpretation in early modern science / Kenneth J. Howell.

By: Howell, Kenneth J. (Kenneth James).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, c2002Description: viii, 319 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0268010455 (cloth : alk. paper).Subject(s): Religion and science
Contents:
Early modern science and biblical interpretation -- Reading the heavens and Scripture in early modern science -- Copernicus, the Bible, and the Wittenberg orbit -- Geoheliocentrism and the Bible : Brahe, Peucer, and Rothmann -- Kepler, cosmology and the Bible -- Copernican cosmology, cartesianism and the Bible in the Netherlands -- Copernicanism and the Bible in Catholic Europe -- Interpreting the history of early modern cosmology and the Bible.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-304) and index.

Early modern science and biblical interpretation -- Reading the heavens and Scripture in early modern science -- Copernicus, the Bible, and the Wittenberg orbit -- Geoheliocentrism and the Bible : Brahe, Peucer, and Rothmann -- Kepler, cosmology and the Bible -- Copernican cosmology, cartesianism and the Bible in the Netherlands -- Copernicanism and the Bible in Catholic Europe -- Interpreting the history of early modern cosmology and the Bible.

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