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I doubt that New Atheists will think of much of this type of argument--focusing on context and limiting application.
Copan's popular-level book succinctly sets out to demonstrate how we can reconcile both the God of the Old Testament with the God of the New Testament.
I have been treated badly in my life and I know how it feels, so why would I want to treat anyone in a way that I would not like to be treated?
Great book, which answers some of the hardest questions people ask about the bible. Highly recommended.Published 13 days ago by J. Tilley
Goes into detail to analyze the reasons and circumstances of the Old Testament laws and legislation.Published 21 days ago by Matias
This book holds answers to questions many of my non-believing friends have. It is good to have a more thorough knowledge of what the anscient Israelites were doing when God... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jean E. Atwood
I'm not a fan-boy, but Copan has done a great expository job of writing. IF you want thought-provoking answers to vexing questions, read this. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Left-handed Dataslave
Reading the Old Testament as pure history, one can get the idea that the Judeo-Christian God is a pretty capricious and vengeful person. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aramovich
Copan provides a very readable, concise look at many of the issues Christians, and non-Christians, have with all the death and destruction that seems to be ordered by God in the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by W. Sid Vogel
I really enjoyed this book and will buy some of his other works gave four stars because there were some things I was not fully in agreement with but all in all a very good readPublished 3 months ago by Kenneth Landers