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    It's a Conflagration!

    This book is a healing blessing to the bullied and hurting. It consumes to ashes and smoke the Bible-bashing of biblical fundamental-literalists by being a white-hot fire to the many ineptitudes of orthodox theology. God has always wanted a fight. He got them from Abraham, Jacob, Moses, Job and many other Bible heroes by His pretending to have flawed character traits in moments of crisis so that "fighting" (reasoning) with Him would garner a supreme blessing. This is the theme Matthew J. Reeves-Korpman weaves throughout this book. Its pages are filled with their stories that make us realize that our perceptions of such "flaws" were flawed and forthrightly vindicate God's character of perfect love. And, God did this over and over again throughout Scripture. It is very important and necessary for consistent Biblical hermeneutics and theology to grasp this concept. Matthew Reeves, has grasped it, cultured it and grown it to immense proportions. He is a brilliant, dyed-in-the-wool, Seventh-Day Adventist Bible scholar trained in the original ancient Hebrew and Greek languages and Bible theology at La Sierra University's (LSU) HMS Richards School of Theology and now at Yale's Divinity School. His "Theology of Confrontation," a textbook for theology students, was accepted for that use at LSU, even BEFORE it was officially published! Matthew sent me pre-publication versions of both of these books, and I have now read this one at least 10 times (I lost count many months ago). Matthew not only marches to the beat of a different drummer -- he IS the drummer and the entire band of one beating out a whole new tune and marching on a totally different path. His desire to uplift and loudly proclaim the beauty of the love of God is profoundly phenomenal throughout this work, Saying No to God. Get it and, when you discover its profound value to your life, pay it forward via gifting it to family and friends. They will thank you forever!

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