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Cross Vision: How the Crucifixion of Jesus Makes Sense of Old Testament Violence Renowned Pastor Theologian Gregory A Boyd Tackles The Bibles Biggest DilemmaThe Old Testament God Of Wrath And Violence Versus The New Testament God Of Love And Peaceits A Difference That Has Troubled Christians Since The First Century Now, With The Sensitivity Of A Pastor And The Intellect Of A Theologian, Gregory A Boyd Proposes The Cruciform Hermeneutic, A Way To Read The Old Testament Portraits Of God Through The Lens Of Jesus CrucifixionIn Cross Vision, Boyd Follows Up On His Epic And Groundbreaking Study, The Crucifixion Of The Warrior God He Shows How The Death And Resurrection Of Jesus Reframes The Troubling Violence Of The Old Testament, How All Of Scripture Reveals Gods Self Sacrificial Love, And, Most Importantly, How We Can Follow Jesus Example Of Peace

About the Author: Gregory A Boyd

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8 thoughts on “Cross Vision: How the Crucifixion of Jesus Makes Sense of Old Testament Violence

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    One of the difficulties a thinking Christian faces is how to reconcile the love of God revealed through Jesus with the violence depicted in the Old Testament Gregory Boyd faces this question head on and provides a way of holding together the loving nature of God with the Divine inspiration of the Bible As a lay person I found this radical approach the most helpful I ve read on this topic No doubt others qualified tha

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    When God seems to be a schizophrenic sociopath as appears to be the case in the Old Testament and a self sacrificing embodiment of Love in the New Testament, something is clearly adrift In Cross Vision, Pastor, Dr Greg Boyd leads us on a guided tour of the Old testament through the eyes of the crucified Christ and shows us how when we have seen Jesus, we have seen the Father That God is exactly as portrayed by Jesus for Jesus

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    Gregory is right in saying that the OT God of War image is one that is largely ignored by the church, corporately and individually He is also right to say that this image of God influences peoples view of God whether Christians or Richard Dawkins.Little to dislike about the book, other than it becoming a little repetitive the single message is necessarily applied to the multiple examples of a seemingly war like and angry God.A very i

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    Excellent bookfinally gives well reasoned arguments about those difficult questions many of us have as believers about how the portrayal of God of the Old Testament seems so different to Jesus Greg Boyd is a very well read and researched theologian with a tremendous knowledge of ancient Near Eastern history too, to put the manuscripts of the bible into their historical context.

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    Marcionism 2.0This is a classic example of if you don t like what the Bible says, feel free to negate two millenia of Christian convictions about the canon and just dismiss those parts you re not sure how to understand Read this by all means if you want to feel better about the Bible by taking the path of least resistance Just don t mistake this for Christian theology Boyd has officially lost the Plot.

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    Very thought provoking and easy enough to read But there are many fallicies in his arguments and he doesn t explain every biblical thing that is in contradiction with his view It seems he has created a model to make God the cuddly wrathless one he would like.Two stars as I am all for reading things contrary to your biblical understanding Just don t leave your discernment at the door

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