The fullest exposition to date of Cupitt's new 'everyday' religion of life. Brilliance and daring of thought and style are, by now, only to be expected from Cupitt, but this draws together many of the threads of the last ten years' of his work in a scintillatingly readable declaration of faith and hope. --George Pattison, Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity at the University of Oxford
If there is one Cupitt book to read, Above Us Only Sky
is it. It offers the clearest and most complete expression of Don Cupitt's philosophy to date, and will appeal to both long-time Cupitt fans and newcomers seeking an introduction to his philosophy. --John C. Kelly, Sanford Distinguished Professor of the Humanities, Emeritus, University of Nevada, Reno
About the Author
Don Cupitt is a Life Fellow and former Dean of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, England, and the author of more than forty books including Impossible Loves
(2007) and The Great Questions of Life
(2006). A frequent broadcaster, mainly for the BBC, he has made three TV series, one of which, The Sea of Faith (1984), gave rise to an international network of radical Christians.