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More Convoluted Opinion Than Theology
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2017
I really wanted to like this book, I think he comes to some really great conclusions and I think where he takes it is correct in the end, but he uses some incredibly bizarre arguments to try and make points that could've been made quite easily without them.
Adam being intersex? Men can only get in touch with their feminine side if they marry? Adam prophesying that "man shall leave his father and mother"... uh hello! A first year Bible student knows that that statement was Moses' commentary on the first couple.
All of that to say, I really wanted to like this book, but I am just probably going to pitch it. If you choose to buy or read this book, please don't be taken in by the persuasive and affable presentation, fact check every single thing that seems like a "new revelation." The Bible stands on his side when it comes to the nature of women in God's eyes, but he sadly ruins his credibility by choosing the most bizarre routes to get there.