Who isn't interested in renewal? In second chances? New opportunities? For broken things to be restored? For things to be perfect. For life to feel like we're hitting that bullseye every single time.
Did the Bible get it wrong? In Galileo's day they certainly didn't think so and Galileo was treated harshly for it. But today, even the most serious christian has to admit that on this side of history, knowing what we know about our solar system, those verses are to be understood as expressing the human experience within the limits of the author's knowledge of the world in his or her day. It's writing from ones own point of view. That, by the way, is the best any of us can ever do.
I don’t think it’s possible to be spiritually honest without acknowledging the reality of doubt and its part in the journey of faith.