The Human Faces of God: complete index

This is the complete listing of my chapter-by-chapter reviews of Thom Stark’s The Human Faces of God: What Scripture Reveals When It Gets God Wrong (and Why Inerrancy Tries to Hide It) (Wipf and Stock, 2010). Foreword by John J. Collins and preface: Front matter Chapter 1: “The Argument”: Diversity in the theologies of biblical authors Chapter 2: “Inerrantists Do […]

Friday, March 11th, 2011

Review: Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach to Evolution

Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach to Evolution by Denis O. Lamoureux My rating: 4 of 5 stars I have long maintained that we cannot hope for a broad acceptance of evolution among evangelicals until the heavy theological questions are acknowledged and a plausible approach to the theological quandaries evolution creates are sketched out — followed […]

Sunday, January 9th, 2011

The Human Faces of God: front matter

Thom Stark’s The Human Faces of God is a book whose major arguments are developed through an essentially deconstructive methodology. Its purpose amounts to an undeception, stripping away unwarranted and harmful assumptions. As Yale’s esteemed OT critical scholar John J. Collins admits in the foreword, “Many critics will want to portray Stark’s book as negative, […]

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Upcoming review series: The Human Faces of God

This week I received my copy of Thom Stark‘s new book, The Human Faces of God in the mail. Please stay tuned for what I hope will be a chapter-by-chapter review (my first ever–wish me luck!). Here’s the publisher’s blurb: Does accepting the doctrine of biblical inspiration necessitate belief in biblical inerrancy? The Bible has […]

Thursday, October 28th, 2010