Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 648
Weight: 1060 g
Dimensions: 244 x 173 x 35 mm
In sum, this book combines diversity of approach with brevity and flashes of genuine depth. Few contributions will fail to leave even the specialist reader a little wiser about natural theology, an ancient subject that continues to provoke fruitful debates across an astonishingly interdisciplinary array of traditions. * James Orr, St. John's College, Cambridge *
A striking feature of this book is the presence of critiques of natural theology throughout. Most sections close with a chapter criticising natural theology from the perspective under discussion in that portion. Rarely can a handbook have devoted so much space to doubting the possibility or desirability of its subject. That is part of what makes this book so stimulating. * Revd Dr Andrew Davison, The Church Times *
This is not an introductory work to an important area of theology but it is an excellent resourse for which many students will be grateful. * Paul Richardson, Church of England Newspaper *
[a] valuable addition to the Oxford Handbooks in Religion and Theology series ... Recommended. * C.L. Hansen, CHOICE *
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