Synopses & Reviews
Presenting a theology forged out of personal experience, informed and guided by Scripture and tradition, Comstock holds up the contradictions in the Bible and examines the various facets of Jesus--not to condemn inconsistencies, but to draw from them the strengths and beauty they may hold for everyone who claims Christianity as his or her faith.
"A persuasive case for the richer, more erotic, more just and loving humanness of every one of us". -- James B. Nelson
"An important contribution". -- Letty Russell
"Reconfirmed my conviction that the real deviants are the homophobes". -- William Sloane Coffin
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-174) and index.