Friday, January 30, 2015

Eros and The Christ, Fredrickson, David E.

Here are two conflicting reviews, both necessary, one potentially fearful, one potentially hopeful, of what looks like a suitable book for adults in the faith.

I won't be buying it, but it is suitable to read the reviews and give thanks that at least someone has perceived the overarching metaphor of Holy Scripture. I am just in the middle of Zephaniah 3 where the hidden love in the first two chapters becomes clearer. More to come.

I have also just finished a full second draft of Ruth. That's why all my old translation links have disappeared from the blog. (In case you noticed). Why such motivation? Reality not to be controlled or second-guessed. As Buckminster Fuller once wrote in a fine title: No More Secondhand God.

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