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I really enjoyed this book and think it gives a glimpse of the future of faith.
John D Caputo's writing style was always engaging and the book was very easy to read for a philosophy book on a fairly complex subject.
Tying in with what I've said above, Caputo's writing also suffers from the `saying it's so doesn't make it so' fallacy.
I will attempt to make it short and clear not going into the particulars of the book, but given an overall overview of it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Luis A. R. Branco
I just finished reading John Caputo's What Would Jesus Deconstruct?. Below is the posted book review that I put up on my Facebook account. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Joseph E. Torres
At first I was irritated with Caputo. I have not read Derrida, or even much about his work. I wanted Caputo to introduce me to deconstruction, to tell me what it was, give me some... Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Arnold
I both loved and hated this book. It makes you think... hard! Tough stuff that we all need to read.Published 16 months ago by Ben J. Welch III
I am a young pastor/student whom finds passion and interest with the Postmodern movement and the emergent church. Read morePublished on May 28, 2012 by Clay Walden
I posted a pretty lengthy review of this book on my blog, but here's a little preview:
In What Would Jesus Deconstruct? Read more
After listening to John D Caputo's interview by Luke Mulenhauser on commonsenseatheism.com I decided to get John's book, What Would Jesus Deconstruct, and see what sort of case he... Read morePublished on April 10, 2011 by Wesley Widner
Following in the footsteps of Jacques Derrida, who draws from the rationale of Friedrich
Nietzsche, emerges John D. Read more
This is a great place to start with Caputo's work. If you want to look deeper into questions that make a lot of christians uneasy this is a good read, it asks Would Jesus recognize... Read morePublished on August 16, 2010 by Sick Boy