David Boulton, humanist and Quaker, is a former TV producer, writes for many religious and humanist publications, and served for seven years on the British Government's Broadcasting Standard's Commission. He lives in Yorkshire in the UK.
'A wonderful repository of religious understanding and a liberal theologian's delight'. - Modern Believing; 'Written with clarity and sensitivity...I recommend it to all who, whatever their personal faith may be, who think deeply about the meaning of our existence and want to be stimulated and refreshed'. - Tony Benn, former Cabinet minister; 'The great thing about this book is that it is exactly like its author: it is affectionate, sane, learned and extremely funny. The next best thing to taking David Boulton home for the weekend is to buy it.' - Richard Holloway, former Bishop of Edinburgh; 'David Boulton is a highly entertaining writer, with a great gift of being funny and serious at once. You'll love it!' - Don Cupitt, Fellow, Emmanuel College, Cambridge; 'David Boulton's new book fascinatingly shows how a radical perspective on religion can bring together the religious and the humanist...An engaged and cogent expression of the human/divine vision in modern thought.' - David Hart, Westar Fellow; 'Disarmingly honest and beautifully written..With clarity and insight he interprets today's confusing religious situation, spurring us on to new visions of the future.' - Lloyd Geering, author of "Tomorrow's God"; 'A lover's quarrel with a troublesome God.' - Tom Hall, Associate Fellow, Westar Institute