Philosopher and theologian Keith Ward is one of the most prolific scholars alive. For over forty years Ward has been a respected voice in may ongoing theological and philosophical discussions and his work has influenced a number of key theologians and philosophers working in the areas of faith, science and religion.
This reader offers a distillation of Ward's most incisive pieces collected together for the first time. It also includes a brand new chapter by Keith Ward, 'Friend or Foe?: Reflections on the Relationship Between Faith and Reason' written specifically for this collection.