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Posted March 11, 2007
After listening to E.O. Wilson¿s stirring lecture at Oklahoma State University, I found myself trying to assimilate gobs of information regarding conservation. During this search I read E.O. Wilson¿s most recent book The Creation. It would be right to say, this book struck a chord with me. Written in the form of a lengthy letter to a southern Baptist pastor, Wilson pleas for usually conflicting institutions of science and religion to collaborate in their efforts to save our planet. Wilson writes with elegant clarity and devoted passion to the subject of biodiversity conservation. He reveals accurate as well as disturbing details about the overall health of the planet we live on. In addition, Wilson gives advice to readers on how to protect, teach, and sustain biodiversity for the future. A great read, not your average non fiction bedtime reading material.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.