I’d heard of Karen Armstrong here and there and about this book, so I was curious to read a bit more about what she had to say. Alas, what I found was a lot of squishy theology of the all-religions-are-one variety. Having read God is not One a couple years ago, it’s clear that not only are all religions not one, but they really aren’t even asking the same questions (even the three Abrahamic faiths have dramatically different concerns underpinning their basic foundations). Add in that it’s been more than a few months between reading the book and writing this paragraph and I don’t really have much more to offer about it.
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