The Case for God

By Karen Armstrong
(Thorndike Press, Hardcover, Large Print, 9781410421531, 767pp.)

Publication Date: November 2009

Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover, Paperback, Compact Disc, Hardcover

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Focusing especially on Christianity but including other religions, Armstrong examines the diminished impulse toward religion during a time when a significant number of people either want nothing to do with God or question the efficacy of faith.



NPR
Friday, Jan 1, 2010

The novelist Margaret Atwood wrote the anti-religious parable The Handmaid's Tale. Religious scholar Karen Armstrong's latest book is The Case for God. While they may seem at odds, Rick Kleffel investigates the areas in which their views overlap. More at NPR.org

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NPR
Monday, Sep 28, 2009

When it comes to our current understanding of theology, former Roman Catholic nun Karen Armstrong attempts to bring "something fresh to the table." Reviewer Susan Jane Gilman calls Armstrong's Case for God a "stimulating, hopeful work." More at NPR.org

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Monday, Sep 21, 2009

In her new book The Case for God, the author — a former nun — argues that religion is a practical discipline that can teach us to discover new capacities of the mind and heart. More at NPR.org

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