Upholding the Earth-centered cosmos according to God's word.
Earth is the center of God's creation, and the heavenly bodies are arranged around the earth according to God's will.
The "heliocentric theory" is just that -- a theory. There is no valid reason that it should be upheld over the obvious intelligent design of the cosmos. Yet secularists, bent on banning God's truth from our schools, continue to insist that their "theory" be taught as the truth. They even go so far as to rename God's cosmos as "the solar system," a belief that finds its roots in pagan worship of the sun.
The earth is actually at the center of the heavenly bodies, and the reason why Mercury and Venus are always seen close to the sun is because they revolve around the sun, while the sun revolves around the earth as was fully explained by the Christian astronomer Tycho Brahe.
The forgotten Pagan heliocentric theory was revived around 1600 by the heretics Nicolas Copernicus, Giordano Bruno, and Galileo Galilei. It contributed to the promotion of materialism and atheism in the so-called "Enlightenment."
The heretic Bruno was burned at the stake on February 17, 1600, in Rome.