Huston Smith's many books have garnered countless accolades during his half-century career as one of the world's preeminent religious historians. But when I met with him at his Berkeley, California, home following the lecture series devoted to the subject of his latest book, Why Religion Matters, the genial professor told me that one of his favorite reviews appeared in the Journal's sister publication, The Christian Science Monitor.
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