Mark David Henderson’s book, The Soul of Atlas, defends the view that there is more common ground than is usually believed between Christianity and Objectivism. Despite some minor aesthetic difficulties, the book is well written, making it easily accessible as an introductory text to the Christian/Objectivist debate. After making some minor recommendations as to how the book could have been improved, the author concludes that The Soul of Atlas’s place in the Objectivist literature is one of a “conversation starter,” not a “groundbreaking” work of Christian/Objectivist synthesis.

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