Written on: 09/02/2004 by booknet (1 review written)
This book got me thinking in new ways which I had never thought possible. It challenged my notions of science and my understanding of the origins of religion. It made me question what I had previously thought I believed to have been true. It left me wanting to read more.
The book tends to use a lot of descriptive alliterations which caused me to have to reread some sections to get the whole idea. Although I wanted to read more, it seems to be an unfinished work, like a movie beckoning for a sequel. How does it end ?
Stephen J. Bauer's The Evolutioning of Creation, appears to be an incredible "sleeper." Although not altogether written well, what the book presents in content is a feast for the mind. Not since "MindWalk", have I had to think so much or have I been challenged to stretch my imagination so much to keep up with the material.
I enjoyed it immensely. Will there be a sequel ?
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