The Myth of the Goddess: Evolution of an image, is a comprehensive, scholarly and accessible study, in which the authors draw upon poetry and mythology, art and literature, archaeology and psychology to show how the myth of the goddess has been lost from our formal Judeo-Christian images of the divine. They explain what happened to the goddess, when, and how she was excluded from western culture, and the implications of this loss
Marina Warner, author Alone of all her Sex' wrote:
The authors of this ground-breaking, rich, ambitious work attempt to trace the evolution of consciousness by following humanity's changing attitudes toward female deities …. A wonderfully readable synthesis, this monumental study is packed with scores of riveting illustrations. It will serve as a source book for students of myth, feminists and those seeking to balance and integrate masculine and feminine components of their psyche.
This generous and ambitious study - is packed with knowledge from a heaped board of sources, and presents a historical chronology for the "evolution" of the subtitle. But like the cross-dressed heroine of a chivalric romance, it really records, not the story of the past, but a quest for the buried Grail of the feminine, which will heal the self-inflicted wounds humanity continues to open and re-open.