Christians, Jews, and Science in 1616

“Nicholas Copernicus’ book “On the Revolution of the Earth Around the Sun” should be suspended…and that all similar works which contain these teachings should be prohibited.” (Bishop of Albano, March 1616)

“Nicholas Copernicus, a scholar of genius…in this domain man is completely at liberty to discover the theory which seems to him to be most consistent with his sense of reason.” (David Gans, 1612)

Interested in learning more about this remarkable 17th century scholar, a student of the Maharal of Prague, and his Jewish views on science? Please attend the first lecture of the Jewish History @ Avenue J series this Monday night at 7:00 pm sharp! Free and open to the community.


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