RELIGION

I am an atheist. Most of the books I read now, therefore, deal with the intersection of religion, politics, and science (especially climate science) — currently matters of some contention. But the nature of religion holds inherent interest for me, so I may review some works on that subject from time to time.

Lists of available reviews of books on religion

PRINCIPAL
AUTHOR
TITLE
(Linked to review)
RATING
(0-5)
REVIEW
DATE
ONE-LINE
DESCRIPTION
Bhutto, Benazir Reconciliation 5.0 3/17/2008 The former prime minister of Pakistan argues persuasively that Western powers should use more "soft power" in their quest to defeat Islamic militants.
Erickson, Erick You Will Be Made to Care 2.0 7/10/2017 Conservative Christian Erick Erickson goes to bat for the home team, and strikes out.
Findley, Paul Silent No More 3.5 1/12/2002 Mostly succeeds in correcting America's false images of Islam, but poor on terrorism.
Lynn, Barry W. Piety and Politics 5.0 11/28/2011 Another voice, ordained minister Barry Lynn, warns of encroachment on constitutional rights by the Religious Right.
Quality Ranges for Book Reviews
The books are rated from 0 to 5 in increments of 0.5. Colors represent the following quality ranges:
4.0 to 5.0 Quality: HIGH (Color = Aqua) Competent to exceptional; well worth the money
2.0 to 3.5 Quality: FAIR (Color = Lime) Useful despite some flaws; may or may not be worth buying.
0.5 to 1.5 Quality: POOR (Color = Yellow) Seriously flawed; read it if you wish, but don't buy it.
0.0 to 0.0 Quality: YUCK (Color = Fuchsia) Avoid this book at all costs!
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