The first study of the philosophy of religion from a polytheist standpoint published in the western world since the fall of the Roman Empire, A World Full of Gods breaks through the deadlock between atheist and monotheist viewpoints to present traditional polytheism - a belief in multiple, independent divine beings who are neither omnipotent, omniscient, nor omnibenevolent - as a meaningful approach to the realities of human religious experience.
John Michael gives an overview of the book:
About John Michael
Born in the gritty Navy town of Bremerton, Washington and raised in the south Seattle suburbs, I began writing about as soon as I could hold a pencil. SF editor George Scithers' dictum that all would-be writers have a million words of so of bad prose in them, and have to...