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Bobbie Webster8-1-1 Short Answer: Religion in the Media“A Wrinkle in Time”Since being published in 1962, A Wrinkle in Timehas become one of the most banned books. People have said that it’s too complicated and critics disapproved of its courageous female hero. Amid conservative Christians the major objections have been theway that the book’s author combines science and religion. Christians have viewed the story as unorthodox and believed there was a conflict between “contemporary scientific findings and the Bible’s vision of the world”.The author felt differently. Madeleine L’Engle believed there is an overlap between science and spirituality. She didn’t believe that newly discovered parts of the universe represented or challenged the bible. I have a hard time wrapping my head around religious debates. Especially when it
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Term
Winter
Professor
Kate Saffle
Tags
Christianity, Madeleine L Engle, Bobbie Webster

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