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Even as the number of unbelievers continues to rise, religion in America still gets unwarrantably good press. Unfortunately, the central religious concept of the sacred proves, upon closer inspection, to be fictitious. This book surveys the various traditional fortresses of the sacred and finds them all empty and indefensible.
Peter Heinegg is a professor of English and comparative literature at Union College in Schenectady, New York. A former Jesuit seminarian, he has written widely on the subject of religion and culture.