The Case for Religion by Keith Ward

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In this, the paperback edition of the influential bestseller, Keith Ward dismantles the attacks on religion by scientists, sociologists, and psychologists, who claim that religion is nothing more than a host of naïve superstitions and delusions. Examining the work of thinkers from Sigmund Freud to Emile Durkheim, Ward offers an alternative view, demonstrating religion's key contribution to the human condition and its crucial relevance to the world today.

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Keith Ward is at the Cranfield School of Management.
Published March 29, 2004 by Oneworld Publications. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Author, scholar and former Oxford don Ward uses his broad knowledge to make the argument for religion as a necessary and reasonable exercise for humans who are aware of the transcendent.

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