by William M. Ferguson Navigating to the stars requires mid-course correction. To reach heaven may also require mid-course correction. Evaluation: The author uses the knowledge developed for quality assurance in business to correlate different practices in world religions. He establishes the 80/20 ratio principle that eighty percent of any doctrine may contribute to concordant relations and twenty percent is utterly useless. Mr. Ferguson states some theological stances are very beneficial to daily living. Then he points out how the absurd aspects of any belief obstinately proclaimed have become the major source of world strife. Capability to cooperate may lead to a consensus religion for future generations, says the author. This provocative text is timely and insightful. It is witty and easy to read as a satire but contains unvarnished absolute truth. It hopes to move the world population to a happier life. --Digest Review (2007, paperback, 44 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.