An intelligent work that doesn't profess to have all the answers, nor does he criticise other viewpoints such as found in films or current novels. He explains the fallacies of religious and historical accounts in the context of their times, not an easy thing to do for most writers. Grover Gardner is one of my favorite readers, a bonus when listening to this book.
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