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Having greatly enjoyed and been provoked by the author’s previous book ‘How (not) to speak of God’, I was very disappointed with this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. D. P. Jay
Excellent book that lays out in a scholarly way exactly the issues which Jews and Christians have with the scriptural narrative. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Strong
I bought and read this book under the assumption it would be focused predominantly on betrayal. I specifically assumed it would be focused on Judas and other, similar,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Matthew O'Neil, author
Prophetic words for prophetic followers of Jesus. A real challenge for for any who have a rigid understanding of "the rules."Published 5 months ago by Dale Hotelling
I read all of Rollins' work. It is thought-provoking and challenging. This book was much of the same. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Joe Skillen
Absolutely fantastic Pete, absolutely fantastic. Provocative and challenging; to the point of helping to cause the fissure in my belief system that helps fundamentally usher in a... Read morePublished 16 months ago by f14carbo
This book has challenged me spiritually as a church leader. It is truly a must read for anyone who is interested in "knowing God for themselves."Published 16 months ago by Rev. E. Gill
As a Christian who wrestles with questions and doubts I am thankful for the writing of Peter Rollins. I hopeful that one day I'll understand what he's saying. :-)Published 22 months ago by Sdmayo78
An outstanding book that presents a mature view of God beyond the need to literalize and fully in line with mystic thought and experience. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Craig Bergland