The Last Optimist Left

One of the most remarkable passages in Bill Moyers’ book Genesis is an exchange between two feminists, Karen Armstrong and Carol Gilligan, and a black theologian, Samuel Proctor. The women do their best to convince Proctor that God is murderous, angry, vindictive – and they imply, immature – a God

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Revise the Ten Commandments?

We, however, will build not at all on man’s work but strictly on God’s, which is not only certain and neither fails nor deceives but also, once done, lasts and avails forever. It never needs to be changed or renewed the way men’s deeds and ways change and shift. Take,

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