The blurb for this book puts J's story, as Rosenberg translates it, right up there with Homer, Shakespeare, and Tolstoy. Read morePublished 16 days ago by voghit
Interesting book. Some knowledge before hand of Old Testament both in the Jewish and Christian tradition is helpful.Published 2 months ago by Gary Steffen
Harold Bloom, incomparable literary critic, stole my heart with The Book of J. His research, as always, is deep, his insights more so. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Tailer
Why? Let me count the ways... (based on R. E. Friedman's review in "Bible Review").
1). WRONG BOOK. Their "book of J" is not J. Read more
I always felt that there was something amiss with a god that demanded "blood and guts", that out of one side of his mouth said, "Don't kill" and from the other said, "Kill all the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Patricia Robinett
It offers a unique view of what I would the God story. This is God with real temper and an explosive personalityPublished 16 months ago by Robert Manning
Tony Daley, Novelist, Scripter, Poet, Short Story Writer Weighs In: The idea of art is to enrich, expand, and enlighten while performing that most difficult of functions, to... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tony Daley