Poems "from a beautiful mind, and also a tough mind"

Guided by Knowledge, Inspired by Love
By Henry Disney

This little book of poems is a rare journey through the penetrating ideas and questioning, the deep and unsentimental Christian faith, and the rigorous scientific thinking of a very honest man.  Disney has worked out the worldview that he shares with his readers in these poems, over a lifetime, with blinkers ruthlessly removed with regard to both religion and science.  There is nothing pie-in-the-sky about his Christian faith...
A book like his presents a difficult challenge to anyone who thinks religious faith and modern science are incompatible, or who thinks that either can be dismissed…
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The Author
Born in 1938, Henry Disney is the author or co-author, of more than 550 scientific publications on insects and author of 8 previous collections of poems.  The latter reflect his varied experience, including active military service in Cyprus, medical entomology in Belize and Cameroon, running a field centre and nature reserve in Yorkshire and being a research fellow at Cambridge University, where he still works in his 'retirement'.  He was co-founder and co-editor of the first 31 titles of the acclaimed Naturalists' Handbooks series.  He has served on a planning committee, on WHO committees and church committees, as well as being a church warden.  More important than all the above, he is a father and grandfather, but his late wife died the year before they were due to celebrate their Golden Wedding.  She was the love of his life.

Poetry - sensibly and skilfully expressed

Genre: Poetry
Paperback ISBN: 9781782283751
Publication Date: November 2014
Edition/Format: 1st/Paperback and eBook
Book Size: 210 x 148 mm, 170pp

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