This is as robust a defence of the claim of religious faith to be heard in the public square as one could wish. The stance is orthodox Chrisitan; the voice is the voice of sanity and calm reason. The book is an antidote to the unthinking political correctness with which we are regaled day by day government ministers and sections of the media. It is truly a tract for our times... [a] courteous but devastating polemic (Paul Avis, Ecclesiastical Law Journal
An important book on a vital issue (Peter Costello The Irish Catholic
About the Author
Roger Trigg is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick.