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How Human is God?: Seven Questions about God and Humanity in the Bible

by Mark S. Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0814637590, Paperback)

Walter Cardinal Kasper has written, “It is time, it is the right time, to speak of God.”  This book invites readers to use their God-given ability to work through important questions that many people have about God today: Why is God so angry in the Bible?  Is the biblical God male or female (or what)?  Who is Satan?  Why do people suffer?  
By exploring the Bible’s answers to these and other biblical questions, people can come to understand better their living and loving God.

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Walter Cardinal Kasper has written, "It is time, it is the right time, to speak of God." This book invites readers to use their God-given ability to work through important questions that many people have about God today: Why is God so angry in the Bible? Is the biblical God male or female (or what)? Who is Satan? Why do people suffer? By exploring the Bible's answers to these and other biblical questions, people can come to understand better their living and loving God.… (more)

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