Biblical Astrology

The past month was very busy, and I haven’t quite been able to pull myself back into blogging.  Hopefully that will change with this month, and I have at least one significant project I plan on starting.  In the meanwhile, I was struck by this passage from Michael Ward’s Planet Narnia and wanted to share it here:

It must be emphasised that the pre-Copernican model of the cosmos was a Christian model for all its acceptance of astrological influence. As Lewis points out in English Literature in the Sixteenth Century, astrology and astronomy were not really distinguishable until the Copernican revolution and no Christian theologian before that time had denied the general theory of planetary influences or the significances of constellation. Continue reading