Religion is being bombarded from every quarter'by scientists, spiritualists, agnostics, ex-believers, non-believers and even those who had never bothered with it in the first place. But most religions remain blithely (and perilously) unaware of the prevailing mood of unbelief, disdain for religion, and the growth of alternative spiritualities that has resulted from fundamentalism and dogmatism. They do not seem to understand what the objections are, nor why they should respond in a reasonable way. In this groundbreaking book, Nigel Leaves analyzes the current debate about the value of religion and proposes a unique theological response to the crisis of belief.
|Place of Publication||Salem, OR|
|Number of pages||243|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|