At a time when many people think that it is irrational to believe in God, renowned philosopher Dallas Willard challenges the idea that spiritual wisdom is somehow distinct from the realm of knowledge. Personal Religion, Public Reality? seeks to redress the balance, making a powerful case for the contribution that Christian knowledge can make in the global marketplace of ideas. Willard looks at the areas of faith, reason, and science, making a rigorous case for why it still makes sense to believe in God. Personal Religion, Public Reality? is a powerful, eloquent book, written for all those interested in the philosophy of faith, whether Christian or not.