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Review by Booklist Review Famed entomologist, humanist thinker, and cogent writer Wilson issues a forthright call for unity between religion and science in order to save the creation, or living nature, which is in deep trouble.
Called one of the greatest men alive by The Times of London,.Although he concedes that religious readers will disagree with him on many points, this does not prevent Wilson from devoting most of his book to examining the scientific evidence (much of which is drawn from his own research) for species loss and the causes.Decline and Redemption 8, the Pauperization of Earth.Although I no longer belong to that faith, I am confident that if we met and spoke privately of our deepest beliefs, it would be in a spirit of mutual respect and goodwill.
First of all, we grew up in the same faith.
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Wilson appeals to all, whether scientists or Baptists, atheists or believers, to work together for the good of life.
Norton, print Length: 192 Pages, language: English.Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks.3.1 or later and iOS.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks.0 or later and OS.9 or later.Wilson celebrates individual species, each a masterpiece of biology, and acutely analyzes the nexus between nature and the human psyche.Opening the iTunes Store.Review by Publisher's Weekly Review With his usual eloquence, patience and humor, Wilson, our modern-day Thoreau, adds his thoughts to the ongoing conversation between science and religion.In the book's frankest passages, he neatly refutes fantasies about humanity's ability to re-create nature's intricate web, and deplores the use of religious belief (God will take care of it) as an impediment to conservation.You can download iBooks from the App Store.He gives a bird's eye view of biology and natural history with a lucidity that should make pastors and educated readers appreciate the richness of life and the dangers posed to it by human excesses.Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.