The inquisition case Of Galileo- And yet it moves

Galileo Galilei: Source-Wikipedia

A weak man stood kneeling in front of an inquiry panel in the Vatican. It was the peak of inquisition, and heresy spared no one — the 50-year-old man was charged with discriminating Christian beliefs.

Though being a close friend of the Pope, he had to stand trial. The great mind confessed to his guilt and asked for pardon. The man was Galileo Galilei. He was asking forgiveness…




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