No Other Gods is a wide-ranging analysis of the biblical myth of God and of its impact on culture and human consciousness, from the perspective of the evolution of consciousness that precedes and postdates it.
Phyllis Moore deeply appreciates biblical thought and practice and understands the psychological value of the patriarchal, monotheistic movement. It created a new and distinctive kind of individual ego-consciousness. But it did so at a great price, and Moore is fully aware of this, too.
Those who attend to Moore’s insights will come away from a reading of this profound and provocative work with a keen grasp of what biblical vision of God and of man/woman have contributed, and denied, to the development of human consciousness. She also hinds broadly at what will come along to supersede the biblical myth.