The Grand Array
Writings on Nature, Science, and SpiriteBook - 2011
The Grand Array is a stunning collection of 18 essays by widely published and highly acclaimed poet Pattiann Rogers. Written over a span of 25 years, these essays show Rogers daringly yet delicately laying out her vision of the essential unity and interdependence of science, spirituality, the arts, and the sensual experience of the physical world. Composed in an anecdotal and lyrical - but never dogmatic - style, The Grand Array takes us on a journey that both celebrates human existence and questions many of our basic concepts about nature, god, and the importance of faith. Regard for the awe-inspiring but sometimes raw mysteries of nature underlies Roger's writing. At its heart, her message is celebratory und unifying - and as such it's particularly relevant in today's fractured world. Rogers calls on us to understand and move beyond the limitations of our knowledge in order to embrace the vastness of the cosmos and the place of humans in its "grand array."
Publisher: [United States] : Trinity University Press : Made available through hoopla, 2011
Characteristics: 1 online resource