Naming the Unnameable: 89 Wonderful and Useful Names for God…Including the Unnameable God

“How refreshing!  Fox shows how we can think about God in so many different ways, freeing our minds and liberating our imaginations.  It is easy not to believe the narrow conception of God that atheists do not believe in, but it is hard not to be inspired by a God who is energy, breath, life, flow, love, joy and the cause of wonder.  This book is timely, important and admirably brief; it is also open ended—there are always more names to come, and none can exhaust God’s nature.” 

--Rupert Sheldrake, PhD,
author of Science Set Free and The Presence of the Past

“Is there objectively a God?  What ‘God’ even means explodes in this little book like fireworks in the mind.” 

--Nancy Abrams, author of A God That Could Be Real 

“What a magnificent symphony of sacred names!  My heart is resounding with the music Matthew Fox has evoked in this celebration of the manifold attributes of a Being he gleefully admits transcends all names.” 

-- Mirabai Starr, author of Caravan of No Despair