"... The Weakness of God is a bold attempt to reconfigure the terms of debate around the topic of divine omnipotence. Caputo has a gift for explaining Continental philosophy's jargon succinctly and accurately, and despite technical and foreign terms, this book will engage upper-level undergraduates. Includes scriptural and general indexes.... Highly recommended." —Choice
"Caputo comes out of the closet as a theologian in this work...." —Catherine Keller, Drew University
Very important approach to basic Christian theological questions!Published 5 months ago by Andras Mate-Toth
This book is likely to experience harsh critiques by a number of people. However, it is definitely a very interested read, and Caputo's thoughts are sure to make people think about... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Aaron
It is essential to me to keep abreast of recent Protestant theology. This book is a must in the field.Published 13 months ago by Oyvind T. Gulliksen
The author was recently interviewed on Ideas, a radio show of the CBC.
He mentioned "hermetic" reading of the bible and I would think he'd know he'd recreated the way... Read more
I recently read the very lengthy Introduction to religious-philosophy teacher John Caputo's The Weakness of God. Read morePublished on May 5, 2008 by John Brooks