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From the Publisher"Although he lacks the glibness, arrogance, and fame of best-selling antireligionists Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens, Ward neatly cuts the ground from under such global-village atheists." —Booklist on Is Religion Dangerous?
"An impressively insightful and well-balanced survey of major questions for science-and-religion dialogue. . . . Writing as a scholar of world religions, Ward discusses multiple traditions at a level of depth and detail that exceeds the normal standards of the science and religion literature. " —Publishers Weekly, starred review, on The Big Questions of Science and Religion
"Ward, with humor and skill, deftly and accurately guides us through the ages of reflection on what can and cannot be known about God. . . . This book inspires considerable thought and thus belongs in every library." —Library Journal on God: A Guide For the Perplexed