I received the following question—or, more accurately, a misguided statement disguised as a question about science and religion—from an obviously pea-brained person named Emily, from Goddamshire, England:
There was a time when the church was certain that the Earth was the center of the universe. It proclaimed that everything, including the sun, revolved around the Earth. The church was so certain of this that it mercilessly persecuted anyone who disagreed.
If the church got that wrong why should I believe anything it says?
Emily, if a church was wrong about something as fundamental as that and if the church believed that its God had said that the universe was Earth-centered, then you shouldn’t believe anything that church says. Clearly, that church is just making stuff up as it goes along.
Infinitiaty Got the Science Right
However, you are obviously mixing Infinitiaty up with another church. No Infinitian scholar or clergy member has ever stated that the sun revolved around the earth. Never.
You won’t find that statement in any of the Infinitian scriptures or other documents, because it’s not there. The Church of Infinitiaty enforces a strict policy of never document it’s beliefs on scientific matters. When it has been found to have inadvertently violates this rule it goes back and obliterates all relevant records. If any public records remain, it declares them to be forgeries. However, this has absolutely nothing to do with the ability of our religion to avoid the mistakes of other religions.
So, why do you think it is that the other religions got it wrong, but Infinitiaty got it right? I’ll tell you why. It’s because God One and many of the other Gods regularly speak to our Chief Sage Officer of the day. But God One and the other Gods don’t ever speak to people in those other “religions” (although, under the circumstances, “cult” seems to be a more appropriate word). Either that or He or They intentionally steer those other “religions” wrong because Infinitiaty is the one true religion and they are not.