Bookends

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         Mystery of being
Further along the road less traveled
   Where the conflict really lies
            I and thou

Linked to dVerse Meeting the Bar where Bjorn offers the challenge to use the titles of books organized appropriately as found poems.

Books

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

52 thoughts on “Bookends”

  1. Great piece, sometimes less is more!
    Would you recommend the book “where the conflict really lies”? Science/spirituality//religion/nature being the spheres conflicting, I suppose? Not to me, they don’t, create a conflict, but the title sounded interesting?

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    1. Plantinga’s book is very good. It is a study of the 19th century “conflict thesis” that has been discredited academically but is still popular. The conflict is allegedly between religion and science. Plantinga shifts the conflict to naturalism and science. That’s where he claims the conflict really lies. He takes C.S. Lewis’s argument against naturalism in “Miracles” and expands it to the Evolutionary Argument Against Naturalism.

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