Do The Bible's geocentric claims highlight its outdated nature?
Almost exactly 500 years ago, Nicolaus Copernicus proved that the Earth orbits the Sun. After a lot of resistance to this fact, the heliocentric model is now accepted as true. But the Bible, which is much older than Copernicus, clearly accepts the geocentric model.
Biblical references Psalm 93:1, 96:10, and 1 Chronicles 16:30 include text stating that "the world is firmly established, it cannot be moved." In the same manner, Psalm 104:5 says, "the Lord set the earth on its foundations; it can never be moved." Further, Ecclesiastes 1:5 states that "And the sun rises and sets and returns to its place" etc.
Do these blunt, primitive errors in the Bible cast doubt on the value of the rest of the text? Shouldn't we conclude that if The Bible's views on the solar system are out-dated, then the Bible's views on society (eg. morality, sex, crime and punishment, women, government, money, human rights, etc) are also outdated?
Why should the moral value system of various, unenlightened, unelected, iron-age nomads be relevant to post-modern, 21st century American society?