is an engaging and stimulating book that deserves a wide audience. I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone doing work in philosophy of religion. The text is suitable for upper division undergraduate courses and graduate courses in philosophy of religion but is rather technical at times and as such may be too advanced for some survey and introductory level courses."--Erik Baldwin, Philosophia Christi
"On Religious Diversity
is an outstanding treatment of the morass of terms surrounding the philosophical discussion of religious diversity and its epistemological implications. It does excellent work in applying these distinctions to the philosophical issues, and is a natural sequel to McKim's previous book with Oxford."
--Jerome Gellman, Professor of Philosophy, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
"McKim's lucid and helpful book is a valuable addition to the growing body of literature on religious diversity and its implications for religious belief."
--William J. Wainwright, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
"A book devoted to the various epistemological appraoches to religious diversity [such as McKim's] is to be welcomed." --Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"Clearly written with many interesting religious anecdotes, On Religious Diversity
will prove to be a helpful book for anybody wishing to think through an epistemological and soteriological response to religious diversity." --European Journal of Philosophy of Religion