“Brueggemann is a prophet in his own right, and thus quite well equipped to make sense
out of the Bible.” —Richard Rohr
After reading it you will read on with a great foundation.
For most Christians, the title of this book THE BIBLE MAKES SENSE may seem like an obvious statement until one sits down to actually read the text.
Brueggemann has done excellent work here in orienting the reader of the Bible to the "inside" track.
This is a great read. I had to have it for a class but I enjoyed the information. It opened my mind to a new way of thinking.Published 1 month ago by Not bad
Very stilted and awkwardly worded. Definitely not written for the common Christian. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone.Published 3 months ago by Mr. John W. Turpin
This is one of my favorite book of Brueggemann. This is a thin accessible volume that helps us wrap our minds around the Bible and to perceive its perennial themes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amos Smith
Bust out the caffeine as this can be a tough read! I'd rather be reading ROMANS straight from the source!!!Published 4 months ago by Skid Lid
Though thoroughly academic text, the story line comes through well. I had to keep a dictionary handy to handle some of his vocabulary.Published 9 months ago by Kerry Hawkins
Great way to begin exploring the bible. Helps give a better approach when reading the various txt in the biblePublished 17 months ago by kevin squire
I found the book very interesting. A little different slant. A good writer. It is good to see things from another perspective.Published 19 months ago by O. Faloon
I have just begun to study the bible-and was looking for a liberal writer who is deeply grounded in scripture- and could orient me to the reading both on my own and in a study... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Ruah Bull
I originally purchased the book to be able to articulate opinions and ideas on the book to lay pastors. It is a great read. Read morePublished on October 24, 2012 by Doris Murdoch