'... Michael Palmer's "Introduction and Sourcebook" deservedly stands alone as a uniquely creative and inventive approach to the six major arguments for God's existence ...The Question of God posseses an integrity and a coherence completely lacking in similar books of this kind. Simply put it has been exceptionally well thought out, and exceptionally well presented.' - Rob Fisher, Reviews in Religion and Theology
'... a model of its kind - logical, clear and fair-minded. No university or A level student has any excuse for failing after reading it.' - Martin Camroux, Expository Times
About the Author
Michael Palmer is a widely read author whose Moral Problems (Lutterworth Press, 1991) is a core text in schools and colleges. He has taught at Marlborough College and Bristol University and was Head of the Religion and Philosophy Department at Manchester Grammar School. He was formerly a Teaching Fellow at McMaster University and Humboldt Fellow at Marburg University.