Towards Better Disagreement

Religion and Atheism in Dialogue

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Paul Hedges
  • Philadelphia, PA: 
    Jessica Kingsley Publishing, Ltd.
    , September
     200 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.
Review coming soon!

Review by Matt K. Sheedy forthcoming.


Are atheists immoral? Does religion cause conflict? Is religion always opposed to science?

Boldly paving the way for constructive dialogue between atheists and religious believers, Paul Hedges tackles issues such as the treatment of women, the idea of a pure and empirical realm of 'science', and the association of religion with violence and warfare, debunking the myths and exposing the futility of the battle between 'reason' and 'belief'.

Threading deftly between atheism, the major world religions of Christianity, Islam and Buddhism, and smaller groups such as Paganism, Hedges demonstrates a vast scope for agreement and interaction between them which will call to every open minded reader.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Paul Hedges is associate professor in Interreligious Studies at the Studies in Interreligious Relations in Plural Societies Programme, RSIS, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.


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