Restoring the Great Tradition
In this elegant and passionate treatise, Huston Smith—dean of world religions—defends the essentials of Chritianity. The Los Angeles Times writes:
If one is looking for a short, friendly introduction to what makes Christianity what it is, and why the vision of the divine yet human God it ushered in might still matter in a world often too one-dimensionally divided between red states and blue, The Soul of Christianity is it.
Anne Lamott writes:
My admiration for Huston Smith’s work is boundless. He is the wisest, sanest religious scholar of them all, and so wonderfully readable.