Karen Armstrong provides a stunningly articulate exploration of our inability to define God. Armstrong’s expansive knowledge of the history of humanity’s attempts to to express the inexpressible is astounding. Speaking at St. Paul’s in London (Oct.2012), Armstrong provides an overview of her book The Case for God. Armstrong packs so much of her wealth of knowledge into lecture that I felt like I was hearing a review of my entire under-graduate degree in Religion. Her’s is a vital review for those of us who spend our days preaching and teaching, if only to render us more humble in our proclamations about the divine reality we call God. Armstrong’s overview is also a splendid introduction for those seeking a deeper understanding some of the riches that have been stored up by seekers who have gone before us. Enjoy!!!