--Roger E. Olson, George W. Truett Theological Seminary, Baylor University
''By sharing his own journey in and out of Calvinism, Fischer provides readers with an honest, interesting, insightful, and very compelling critique of the self-absorbed 'black-hole God' of Calvinism. With a disarmingly laid-back style, Fischer crafts a series of clear and astute arguments that demonstrate the unbiblical and irrational nature of each of the central claims of Calvinism. Just as importantly, however, Fischer helps readers discover the humble, other-oriented, self-sacrificial God revealed in Jesus Christ . . .''
--Greg Boyd, Princeton Theological Seminary
''This book tells Austin Fischer's story, and I hope you read it, and I hope you get a bunch of friends to read it together. Talk about it and ask [the] question, . . . ''Is the Calvinist God the God we discover when we look into the face of Jesus, the incarnation of God?'' Austin tells his answers to [this question] at the age many need to begin answering [that] question.''
--Scot McKnight, Northern Seminary
With this book, Austin Fischer brings fresh insights to a very old conversation with a perspective that is at times piercing, at times deeply personal, and always thoughtful and rooted in scripture. He invites readers to wrestle along with him with some tough questions--questions that, no matter where your theological journey takes you, are worth asking with this kind of humility and care.''
--Rachel Held-Evans, Author of Evolving in Monkey Town --Wipf and Stock Publishers