Table of contents for The church and Galileo / edited by Ernan McMullin.

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Contents
List of Authors 
Preface
Introduction
		Ernan McMullin
Part One. The Storm Gathers
1.	The Heliocentric "Heresy": From Suspicion to Condemnation
		Michel-Pierre Lerner
2.	The Refusal to Accommodate: Jesuit Exegetes and the Copernican System
		Irving A. Kelter
Part Two. The Storm Breaks
3.	Setting the Stage: Galileo in Tuscany, the Veneto, and Rome
		Michael H. Shank
4.	Galileo's Theological Venture
Ernan McMullin
5.	The Disputed Injunction and Its Role in Galileo's Trial
		Annibale Fantoli
6.	The Church's Ban on Copernicanism, 1616
		Ernan McMullin
7.	New Light on the Galileo Affair?
		Mariano Artigas, Rafael MartÆnez, and William Shea
8. 	The Documents of Galileo's Trial: Recent Hypotheses and Historical Criticism
Francesco Beretta
9. 	Galileo, Urban VIII, and the Prosecution of Natural Philosophers
Francesco Beretta
Part Three. The Aftermath
10.	Galileo's Relapse: On the Publication of the Letter to the Grand Duchess Christina (1636)
		StÄphane Garcia
11.	Censorship of Astronomy in Italy after Galileo
		John L. Heilbron
12.	Galileo's "Rehabilitation": Elbow-Room in Theology
		Michael Sharratt
13.	The Church's Most Recent Attempt to Dispel the Galileo Myth
		George V. Coyne, S.J.
Selected Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Galilei, Galileo, 1564-1642.
Religion and science -- Italy -- History -- 17th century.
Catholic Church -- Italy -- Rome -- History -- 17th century.
Astronomy -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History of doctrines -- 17th century.
Catholic Church -- Doctrines -- History -- 17th century.
Italy -- Church history -- 17th century.
Science, Renaissance.