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No, but those who have seen the suffering of war are revolted by the arrogance of men.
At the end of time, all suffering in the world will be rectified through the final judgment of good and evil.
Bart Ehrman is one of the most prolific and well respected authors and scholars on Biblical studies today.
Excellent book. Those who are open to understanding the truth of the "construction" of the bible and the formation of the Christian religion (or is it the Paulian... Read morePublished 7 days ago by marcus c bock
Incredible. Really explored a lot of idea besides just presenting what the texts revealed.Published 1 month ago by Steve Schlairet
I love Dr. Ehrman's works but this one, although great, is a bit wordy and difficult to soar through. I would still get it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amanuensis
This was a textbook for a general religion course. It was very difficult for a gen ed course. I do not recommend it for that purpose.Published 3 months ago by Jacob
The problem with this book is Ehrman's attachment to the notions of causality and the application of his own reasoning processes. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wendra W. Zasio
I have read all of Bart Ehrman's books and he is a fascinating writer and scholar.Published 3 months ago by rmilitello