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A scholar, logician, and polemical prophet...,
This review is from: Deceptions and Myths of the Bible (Paperback)
Wow! Lloyd Graham, thank you for such a remarkable piece of fine scholarship. As an agnostic, I'm willing to read any book that refutes major tenants western intellectual history, and do so without any documentation. Graham is not bound by the conventions of "footnotes" and "academic respectability." We should ally ourselves with Graham and buck the norm, refusing to abide in old myths like "the need for logical coherence" and "sufficient evidence." Graham does not hesitate to draw upon the resources of circular arguments to refute Xianity. Nor does he need to "know Hebrew" in order to write about Hebrew. A real tiger.
If one wishes to undermine Xianity, it is okay and legitimate to endorse the esoteric presuppositions and conclusions Graham offers, if for no other reason than because we have the same enemy as he. Thank you Graham, for making us all such critical thinkers, especially in matters theological.