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Framed as a Socratic dialog between savant and novice, the book lays out the fundamentals of the eco-theology movement in clear, eloquent prose. Co-authored by a physicist and theologian, the book’s arguments beautifully blend compassion with objectivity and logic. (Thomas Berry is the theologian and Brian Swimme is the physicist.)

Once again, the books that make it to OssumBooxs usually are the ones that float to the top, mostly due to excellence and quality. This one is no exception.

Solid A for readability, conciseness and eloquence of arguments. If you read one book about the global climate crisis, this is the one.


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