Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith – Special 50th Anniversary Price!

I spoke recently with Marc Allan, Butler University’s associate director of public relations, about the Doctor Who 50th anniversary and the new book, Time and Relative Dimensions in Faith: Religion and Doctor Who.

He wrote a piece on the subject, “Professor McGrath Offers a Scholarly Take On ‘Religion and Doctor Who’”, and so I thought I would share a link to it with you.

I also want to let you know that the publisher, Darton, Longman, and Todd, is offering the book at a special low price of just £10.00. This is a special offer for the occasion of the 50th anniversary and won’t last long, so now is a good time to get yourself a copy! Visit the DLT website for more details or to place your order.

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  • I purchased the book from “the_book_depository” through Amazon and it only took 7 business days to arrive from the U.K. to downtown Texas, USA. I suppose you could order the Kindle Edition, but I strongly suggest, get the book. It’s big and fat and easy on the eyes. I’m serious when I wrote in my Amazon review, “A great thick book to hold, you can feel the mental power that went into writing every page.” I totally agree with Dr. McGrath’s enthusiasm about you getting a copy! Amazing how much intelligent thought went into this volume. For Doctor Who fans, you’ll enjoy the insight and wisdom that comes out of the book regarding your favorite character and his interaction with religion and all things faithfully cosmic.