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From the Publisher“…outstandingexamples of rigorous theological and philosophical reflectionundertaken with one eye on ‘the signs of the times’,without collapsing into an occasionalist ‘relevance’that will leave them silent a few years hence. Indeed, they areprobably two of the most important books that I have read in thepast five years, making an indelible impression on the trajectoryof my own work.” (Journal of TheologicalStudies, April 2010)
"Collected essays can be problematic creatures. The fruit ofyears of patient reflection often turns out to lack any realcoherence or focus. With the work of David Burrell any such fearsquickly turn out to be ill-founded... Those who know and value hiswork will be grateful to the editor of this series for bringingtogther in one volume a number of articles previously published inprofessional journals. Those new to it now have a useful ifintellctually demanding commentary on this fascinating world."
"Pervading this book is precisely that spirit of wonder andintellectual delight which touches all Burrell's work - and the manhimself"
Journal of Contemporary Religion
"This book will appeal to students with an interest incosmology, the relationship between faith and reason, the nature ofhuman freedom and areas of common ground or near common groundamong scholarsof the three Abrahamic traditions."
Reviews in Religion and Theology