An Illusion of Harmony

It’s out! An Illusion of Harmony: Science and Religion in Islam is now available in bookstores, amazon.com, etc. etc. Just in time, John Gray has a full-length review in the latest New Scientist. With any luck, An Illusion of Harmony will benefit from the current public interest in all things Islamic.

Buy the book! It won’t make me rich, but if you want decent, accessible critiques of religion to be available to the general public, you should support books like this when they are published. (OK, shameless plug over.)

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