Forgive me. But I really have nothing to say about Taught by God except — THANKS.
Excellent. Good work!
I can’t say enough good things about your writing & this work.
— That was my note to author Dan Fanous last year after reading the manuscript for Taught by God.
This, from the publisher’s site:
Few would dispute that the sayings of Jesus were and are important. But though important, these very same sayings are difficult at best and incomprehensible at worst. Sayings like, “The kingdom of heaven suffers violence,” or, “I did not come to bring peace but a sword,” have confused readers of the Gospels for thousands of years. Others such as, “My Father is greater than I,” and, “My God why have You forsaken Me?” have sparked theological infernos that have plagued Christianity from its beginnings. From the greatest theologians to the smallest child, the same question is always asked: What did Jesus really mean? In considering only the most difficult of the sayings of Jesus, Taught by God brings together the academic rigour of modern biblical scholarship and the profound wisdom of the early Church Fathers in a unique, lively, and dramatic synthesis.
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