This book opens with a debate regarding the nature of learning as a religious phenomenon. The relationship between faith and knowledge is the basis for a number of contributions to this work. A discussion on interpretations of learning, followed by the implications for the individual and the nature and role of the individual in the debate, can also be found in this text. Finally, a series of authors examine various analyses and interpretations of societal issues. The last chapter is a contribution from an academic theologian who reviews the volume and identifies a possible agenda for future debate.