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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Review: Honey from Stone: A Naturalist's Search for God

User Review  - David Schwarm - Goodreads

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

Review: Honey from Stone: A Naturalist's Search for God

User Review  - Bob Paterson-watt - Goodreads

A most unusual format for a book by a former religious person turned scientist/naturalist. He used the 'hours' of monastic prayer to unpack his experience of wonder/beauty/awe on the south-western ... Read full review

Contents

Put On Your Jumping Shoes
3
The God that Makes Fire in the Head
21
In the Treasure House of Snow
39
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