1. Should Religion be Publicly Recognised?.
2. Is Religion Merely a Social Fact?.
3. Can All Religions be True?.
4. Are Science and Religion Equally Rational?.
5. Can a Religion Rest on Historical Claims?.
6. Is a Religious Epistemology Possible?.
7. Should Religious Forms of Life be Justified?.
8. Does Theism Need Dualism?.
9. Does Faith Need Reason?.
10. Does Religion Need a Transcendent God?.
<!--end-->"This book is a welcome addition to the science/religion, objective/subjective, fatih/reason debates. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty." W. F. Desmond, Black Hawk College
"For the comprehensiveness of its coverage, the excitement of its argument, and the vigour of its conclusions, Trigg's book is to be recommended." Ross Hutchinson
"I recommend this book very highly to specialists in the field." The Journal of Religion
* Stresses the traditional - and therefore controversial - view that religion claims truth.
* Written by the author of Rationality and Science.