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An easy read and typical of his other books as having a very progressive argument.
What I don't understand about Spong's argument against the resurrection is he thinks its physically impossible for Christ to rise from the dead.
It doesn't seem to bother Spong that he pontificates about science despite a complete lack of scientific qualifications.
too lengthy for me - seems like he takes forever to prove a point.Published 1 month ago by roger p.
As always, Bishop Spong tackles those issues of the church with which so many of us clergymen have issues. A groundbreaking, explosive new perspective on Christianity.Published 5 months ago by rev t
We are currently reading this in our book club, a few chapters at a time. Very thought-provoking as Spong questions many of the chronological happenings written regarding Christ... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Reading On
Heavy reading. Well thought out. Raises many questions. Not for a fundamentalist to read.Published 6 months ago by John W. Sands
Wonderful book I love reading the book, Can I say anything else. It's a read for anybody having questions about the Bible.Published 11 months ago by randy
Any move away from theistic fundamentalism is a very good one, and this book can help the reader do that.Published 13 months ago by M. Lane
Part I, APPROACHING THE RESURRECTION, opens with an excellent chapter on Midrash, which is a form of story-telling in which the Jewish scriptures would be searched for a story that... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Nanvan
Spong has done it again. Insightful and mind expanding. An easy read and typical of his other books as having a very progressive argument.Published 17 months ago by George F. Lohr Jr.