As I state in my introduction, this is a remarkable book in that while it does strongly argue from a theist's viewpoint, it gives the other side a great deal of respect. Author Scott Shay has no problem giving credit where it's due when secularists express concern about the behavior of those who claim to be monotheists.

The book is written in a style that will appeal to hard core academics & theologians, as well as the less wonky. Scott comes from a Jewish perspective, but I'm sure Christians & Muslims will appreciate this as well. I will say that his superficial understanding of Dharmic faiths doesn't do them justice, but if he did the book might be twice the size.

Really, give a listen to these episodes that aired in 2021.

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