I was shocked to come across someone the other day from a Reformed perspective that was a full-fledged geocentrist, believing that the earth did not, in fact, orbit the sun, but rather all things in the universe cosmologically revolved around the earth. I had heard things like this before, but assumed (or hoped) that it was more of a theological geocentric sort of thing, that earth and man was central in God's providence and plan, but not necessarily cosmologically so. I didn't know such wild notions existed. Saying that the earth revolves around the sun is nothing like, for instance, believing in evolution. It most certainly does not contradict scripture and can be easily observed and understood with clear empirical evidence. Is this kind of belief still common?