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The book is written in a very simple way and a easy read, though.
As Ehrman points out in the book, the Bible has blatant contradictions in trying to answer that question and he does a good job making his case.
Monotheists differed from Pagans not in that they denied the existence of such beings, but rather that they forbade their worship.
Bart Ehrman was a born again Christian and is a Professor of Theology. The more he studied the bible the more skeptical he became. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Duane Snyder
Read this book after I had deconverted and found it very interesting. Bart Ehrman makes very good points in his books about the Bible in a fair way. Would recommend this book!Published 27 days ago by Kathryn Moore
I have read many of Bart Ehrman's books and have quite a few of his Teaching Company DVD's. He is a bible scholar who makes me think. I don't always agree with him. Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. I. HOOD
Well reasoned with a really a compassionate view to suffering. I can understand some folks misunderstanding to his premise but really you have to come to terms with suffering in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carrie Louise Hames
If you like or dislike Ehrman, this book does nothing to push you either way. He's highly academic in his approach (no surprise there) and to my way of thinking misses an... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Trisha Saalbach
As a few have pointed out, and I only wish to summarize it here -- only Reincarnation as evolution of the souls, a natural Law of Cause and Effect and an impersonal God together... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Standard Reader
The item was received as anticipated. It opened as expected. What else can one say about a typical digital download?Published 1 month ago by Robert G. Buice
Ehrman's historical approach and biblical references have been extremely informative. My own understanding of the Bible comes
from sermons or theological explanations. Read more
I love his writing. It asks all the right question. Very mind stimulating. Everyone should read this book. Why do we suffer?....Published 3 months ago by Michael W Aiken