1. Introduction; 2. The diversity of revelations; 3. The invention of Australian Aboriginal religions; 4. Universal and local elements in religion; 5. The making of a Christian ethics; 6. Conclusion.
This book argues for the diversity of religions and the human element in the development of religion.
'This elegantly slim volume approaches fat and unwieldy issues of religious creativity ... This is an intelligent, wide-ranging and interesting book.' Times Literary Supplement