"In 'Rationality and Religion', Trigg documents and critically analyses the many ways that religion has been treated along non-realist lines, or treated as entirely private and immune to rational, philosophical assessment. Throughout this fine book, Trigg defends a more robust concept of religious faith which takes truth claims seriously. And Trigg argues this point in the course of discussing a breadth of topics: political liberal theory, competing models of sociological explanation, radical feminism, philosophy of history, and revised religious conceptions of God."Trigg, Roger is the author of 'Rationality and Religion Does Faith Need Reason?' with ISBN 9780631197485 and ISBN 0631197486.