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In his book The Idolatry of God, Peter Rollins aims to answer just that.
[End of Chapter 4] Obviously they are writing in very different styles and using very different perspectives, but essentially they are bringing the same message.
It offers some answers to some really tough questions and makes you ponder on the possibilities which may be very unpleasant.
This book has helped me deal with and understand the brokenness of being human. I identified with the idea of holding God as an idol (placing God in the same category as money,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Colby
Rollins' title is a little misleading. Rather than attacking the idea of God as just an idol, he seems to challenge the very fabric of the Christian faith. Read morePublished 2 months ago by LV media watchdog
Reading these comments I'm struck by the difference in those that are most likely Protestant and others that are clearly Catholic (which I suppose I'd put Rollins). Read morePublished 4 months ago by Meanlilkitty
What I got out of this will likely be different than what you do. But I bet you will be glad you read it.Published 6 months ago by James Harrop
This book just opened my mind and made me go through a new way of thinking about God.
Just became a fave.
I should probably read it again to fully digest this work, but the big ideas expressed with head-on honesty and challenging accessibility were engaging. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Peterson
A readable and insightful book about Christianity in the 21st century. Rollins has fresh ideas about how to lead the church into the next phase of our history. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Wendy Adams