Honey from stone

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Brandon, 1997 - Religion - 149 pages
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A series of lyrical meditations on science, nature and religion in which the author takes as his inspiration a small corner of the West of Ireland, a place of mountain, sea and sky. "Precisely lyrical, deeply prayerful despite mystical skepticism, this is the work of one who, besides being a science professor, is a true poet". - Publishers Weekly

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Raymo uses the Dingle Penisula of Ireland (where he lives part of the year) to consider every subject from rocks, fossils, weather, the stars and more as part of his search for God. In his own words ... Read full review

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My mom gave me this book from a very cool bookshop in Bandon, OR. It is a science guy exploring Ireland in a series of essays based on the monastic day book--vespers is about the stars type of thing ... Read full review


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