Galileo's Letter To The Grand Duchess Christina Of Tuscany In 1615

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In Galileo’s letter to the Grand Duchess Christina of Tuscany in 1615, he discusses clashes he and his work has had with members of the Church. He explains that his critics are so absorbed in their own observations and beliefs that they will not give his work proper respect or examination. Instead, these critics outright denounced his work and would often quote passages from the Bible to support their positions. However, Galileo was quick to point out that on many occasions the critics did not understand the true meaning behind the passage and misquoted and rendered their claim invalid. While Galileo may have disagreed with the fundamentals of the Bible, his negative attitude was mainly focused on his religious opponents. In addition to

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