The Uniqueness of the Approach Used in My Book

A University of Michigan graduate in Philosophy and Biblical Studies is reviewing my book. He starts out by writing:
Unlike reviewing polemical works by someone like Richard Dawkins, engaging Loftus is more interesting to me...The epistemology of religion developed by William Abraham and shared by Loftus (p. 56) is indeed the best – and, luckily, most descriptively accurate – way of dealing with issues like rationality and justification in the context of religious belief. As far as I know, Loftus is the only major published atheist to explicitly argue in this fashion.

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