Hick addresses many of the major issues posing challenges to contemporary Christian belief, and offers his much-debated proposal for a Copernican revolution in our understanding of Christianity and the wider religious life of humanity.
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About the Author
John Hick, winner of the 1991 Grawemeyer Award for significant new thinking in religion during the past five years, is a Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Research in Humanities at Birmingham University, U.K., and Danforth Professor of the Philosophy of Religion, emeritus, at the Claremont Graduate School, California. He is the author of many books on theology and the philosophy of religion, including An Interpretation of Religion; Faith and Knowledge; Problems of Religious Pluralism; Arguments for the Existence of God; and Three Faiths – One God: A Jewish, Christian, Muslim Encounter.