A markedly original piece of work. The hard-worked clarity of his arguments makes the reader’s task a pleasure. The book is an authoritative, highly informative and generous contribution to philosophical theology and interreligious dialogue. Its readers are likely to be philosophical theologians, readers with an interest in Lonergan, Newman, Rahner and Nāgārjuna, separately or conjointly. It will appeal to comparative theologians who seek deep learning from putting religious others into dialogue with one another. And it will appeal to theorists of peace-making as Robinson argues also for the relevance of his work to those who build peace between the religions.
John O’Grady, Vice-President, European Network of Buddhist Christian Studies