My expected use of these ideas is with my Sunday class time as
I tell others my experience when I review these thoughts of respected thinkers and scholars.
This book was ordered as a requirement for a seminary course at this time that I have yet to experience. I believe it to be a good resource based on the instructors requirement.Published 16 months ago by Qualice Seymour
This is a 'must have' for the book shelves of all Bible students. De La Torre's language is clear and his perspective is spot on.Published 21 months ago by Margaret J. Park
This book was refreshing in so many different ways. I really liked the way that De La Torre integrated suffering into his definitions of ethics and theology. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Trev
De La Torre is obviously a Marxist, there is no doubt in my mind. He continually references Marxist talking points, and his entire quasi-theological frame is based in the debunked... Read morePublished on September 5, 2010 by Sage
Very well written and researched, people who are interested in the subject of ethics will be pleased. Read morePublished on July 21, 2007 by Lee E. Foster