Thursday, April 2, 2015

Review: The Presentist Path to World Peace by M.G. Pearson

A Presentist Path to World Peace presents an interpretation of experience which reconciles science and religion through recognition of Presentism as a valid, comprehensive world view. Presentism is the belief that the present, now is the only reality. The author M.G. Person is concerned about religious-based violence occurring worldwide and convinced that the first step to begin meaningful dialogue to resolve legitimate differences is to first resolve religious differences.

Received for review.

Frankly, I'm not even sure what the point of this book is.  Yes, it purports to be the connection between science and religion but it's written so poorly that it's difficult to understand the author's intent.

I really was so confused after reading this (thankfully short) book that I thought about reading it again to see if I missed something (or a lot).  Then I thought better of it and just let it go. 

I really cannot recommend this discombobulated mess to anyone.  The headaches involved from trying to figure out the author's intent are just not worth it.  I strongly recommend a pass on this one.

★★☆☆☆ = Just Okay

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