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The characters lack depth and development.
Or maybe even some kind of "alternative history" book that could show that all the changes to the Bible that the author wants makes the world a better place.
And as Wood points out, the Bible has been revised many times over the centuries, so why not revise it again to reflect modern times?
When reviewing novels I always worry about given away too much of the story so suffice it to say that "Crisis of Faith" involves an inter-faith religious reform movement, a... Read morePublished 16 months ago by James Gallen
This book is not so much a novel as the authors attempt to discredit anything good about religion, or maybe I should say the Christian Faith. Read morePublished 18 months ago by William D. Curnutt
(Sarcasm) Yes, yes, and yes: I think everyone knows that religion is what's wrong with our civilization. Think of how much better off if we didn't have religion! Read morePublished 19 months ago by E. Lee Zimmerman
While billed as part thriller and part cautionary tale of religious fanaticism resulting in terrorism, Eliza Wood's Crisis of Faith is in fact a classic example of (as one of my... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Red Rock Bookworm
Eliza Wood wants to be Dan Brown for the loyal opposition. She wants to have God, and she wants to have Christ, but she wants to exclude any Scriptural content that seems outdated... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Kevin L. Nenstiel
Although this is a work of fiction;it is obvious the author has very definite ideas of what the world's problems are,what the root causes are,and what must be done to correct... Read morePublished 19 months ago by J. Guild
Disclosure: I received this book free of charge with the request that I review it when completed. The review is mine and was not influenced by any others, nor was it reviewed by... Read morePublished 19 months ago by eyecore
Crisis Of Faith is a book that has two very different plot lines. The first plot line involves a group of academic people trying to remove all examples of slavery, sex and... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Robert G Yokoyama
I read an advanced review copy. L. A. Moore
Crisis of Faith establishes a premise that organized religion promotes violence and even terrorism, a concept with... Read more