Praise for The Last Myth:
The ability to distinguish between genuine perils–like climate change–and less fearsome ones is as key a skill as there can be at this tough moment, and this book has some truly interesting thinking about how to do it.— Bill McKibben / Author of Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet
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You can listen to our April 12th interview on the Joy Cardin Show on Wisconsin Public Radio here. The show is one hour.
A podcast archive of our April 6th interview on Trailblazers with Dr. Howard Gluss on KFNX 1100 AM in Arizona is now available online. You can listen to the show here.
Book Fanatic reviews The Last Myth on Amazon: This book took a while to get going for me but the second half was very good. The authors are much too pessimistic of technological solutions for my taste but that’s OK … Continue reading
Z Shaw reviews The Last Myth on Amazon. This is one that we are particularly pleased to receive — he gets it: The Last Myth enriches and expands our understanding of the times we live in. It goes far beyond … Continue reading
A podcast of the March 13th interview with Mathew Gross on KPCW’s (Salt Lake City) CityViews is available here (40 minutes).
amorevole reviews The Last Myth on Amazon: Mathew Gross and Mel Gilles have `lifted the veil’ on when and where apocalyptic thinking began and how and why it has evolved throughout the years in their book The Last Myth. This … Continue reading
Baird Edmonds reviews The Last Myth on Amazon: Book’s read, jury’s in, didn’t have to deliberate long either. Highly intelligent, impeccably researched and well written. What remains to be seen is of course unknown although the history of our abilities … Continue reading
Scrambo reviews The Last Myth on Amazon: I highly recommend this book no matter your agenda. I am Christian and there was some of the theology commentary that I personally question, but the real issues are pertinent. The book confirms … Continue reading
Mark Sundeen reviews The Last Myth on Amazon: One of the rare books that changed the way I understand the world. I started thinking that end-timers had been around forever, but Gross and Gilles through meticulous research and dazzling persuasion … Continue reading