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Two Perspectives of Viewing the World around Us

Summary: Explores two different perspectives of viewing the world around us. References the works of St.Bonaventure, Matthew Arnold, and Gerald Manley Hopkins.
There are always two sides to a story, or two ways to look at something. It all depends on the way that you look at things. When reviewing the works of St.Bonaventure, through Step one in the Ascent to God and the Consideration of Him through His Footsteps in the Universe, and from Step two, we learn of to opposing opinions that St. Bonaventure had about different perspectives of the world around us, for different purposes, and with different results. By reading these two pieces I am able to understand them, and how their opposing perspectives differ. I also chose "Harmony with Nature" by Matthew Arnold, and "Gods Grandeur" by Gerald Manley Hopkins to compare in relationship with Step two. I also am comparing the ideas of "Genesis", and "Did God Create the Universe"" by Paul Davies with relationship to Step...

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