Of Men and the Wind: A Story of Dharma

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 1, 2010 - Religion - 406 pages
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Naturalists notice things. Scientists attempt to explain the natural world. Religions attempt to give meaning to human life. Writing as first-person narrative history, a naturalist explores, noticing things and the inner struggle of growing up and living in a Christian culture while science continued to bring new discoveries and knowledge into human grasp. This work is about the joy of a free mind noticing things and breaking free of one of humanitys primal afflictions: the ide fixe. It is the account of the evolution of the mind of naturalist.

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Robert Lee was born in 1944. He has practiced a number of professions while roaming over the landscape of America including being an ecologist, botanist, entomologist, microbiologist, forester, naval officer, farmhand, ranch hand, sanitarian, vagabond, gardener, feed salesman, horseshoer, newspaper delivery boy, and novelist. Raised in the Christian culture of America but practicing professions based on evolutionary biology, he became interested in the origin of his religious beliefs, of his biological origin, and the conflict raging between science and religion.

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