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Book review: God's Problem, by Bart D. Ehrman

Readers of Ehrman's other books on the New Testament will know that he began his studies as a firm believer in the literal truth of every word in the Bible, but he is now an agnostic. It would be natural to suppose that this change of mind was a consequence of his scholarly work, which led him to conclude that the Bible is a very human document, or collection of documents. But, as he explains in this personal account of his loss of belief, what motivated him was his inability to reconcile the Christian view of God with the extent and intensity of human [More]

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