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Nor, is this a book that you can just read leisurely in one setting, it must be read a second time to be absorbed.
This is not a book to bring you closer to God, it will instead stimulate your mind and help you understand why a lot of the things are the way they are in the world.
This book does a great job of tracking the history of God through each of his religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Quite a book to get through but thoroughly enjoyed the unbiased knowledge.Published 10 days ago by ecandydesigns
Literate, complete, thoughtful. She knows what she is talking about. Even well written and documented. A really good scholar.Published 19 days ago by Claudia A. Bartelt
Probably me, but I found it awkward when the author talks about how we create our gods, but then God influencing this or that (according to scripture); I guess the clarifying text... Read morePublished 19 days ago by L. Cannon
Excellent balance between scholarly accuracy and comprehensibility for the non-scholar. I particularly liked her treatment of the origin of the doctrine of the Trinity. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Areopagite
A very challenging book to read but extremely thought provoking. The amount of effort and time Ms. Armstrong put into the book is awesome.Published 2 months ago by Andrea Seiler