Reviews for A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf
Review - A Thousand Mile Walk to the Gulf
Muir has a strange view of the world. He believes in a Creator and even mentions a Savior. But he believes that all nature was created to enjoy itself. Man, animals, plants and even minerals are equally important. If deer were put on earth for man to eat, then man was put on earth for bears to eat. He scoffs at the notion that death, sickness, thorns and danger are the result of sin.
Reviewed by Roger on 2003-07-21 16:47:45