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A riveting experience in the clash of Rome at its peak of power and the grip of religious ideas and individual moral integrity. An amazingly accessible read for the nonhistorian.Published 15 days ago by Sarah M.
This book attempts to do way too much, including 1) present a liberal reading of the entire Bible, 2) construct a comprehensive Christology that provides a key to ethics and the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Will J. Green
Book is not as good as I thought, I have read other books by same author, ah ah ah ahPublished 10 months ago by James D. Huber
Full of good insight and reasoning. While not academic, the style of writing is not as clear and reader friendly as some other progressive Christianity writers. Read morePublished 13 months ago by xmorg
Sure gives one a different perspective on what the bible teaches about life as we know it. One thing I didn't understand was John D. Read morePublished 15 months ago by granville russell
Probably the most readable of all Crossan's books. It is an attempt to define Jesus, Paul and John of Patmos in terms of the Roman Empire, which is the Nemesis of the Kingdom of... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Maximus
Dominic Crossan is one of the top scripture scholars in the world. He clearly showed that the Roman Empire was victory through violence and Jesus' Kingdom of God is victory through... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dominic D. Savino