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However, there are enough glimpses into what the author was trying to accomplish, I just think his execution was terrible.

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I am craving something theologically sound after reading this. The reader must not take the writing to represent the Christian God as revealed in Scripture.

Nor the imagine of Angels to be taken as real nor what they say. I love his idea of Divine Romance and think there is a lot to be learned from the author.

However one must not be confused in thinking what is written in this book is Scripturall As a novel this is a great book, but one that should not be taken out of the novel realm. However one must not be confused in thinking what is written in this book is Scripturally correct, it is not.

There is much liberty taken from scripture and so it could confuse some readers into thinking this is "Gospel" rather than a novel not fully based on Scripture.

Some would make that to mean the Trinity and the love flows back and forth between this "Our". So again as a novel the author can do what he wants but it doesn't work for Scripture.

It is not my goal to offer my thoughts of God but to review the book with what Scripture tells us. Enjoy the book but don't confuse it as being a representation of the Scriptural God.

And since according to scripture God is not the sad God floating around with no one to share love with, God in fact is love and joy even before man, so the whole premise of the book fails leaving the rest interesting but not representative of why God created man. God told Mosses at the burning bush not to come any closer. We can only come so close to God and the rest is faith.

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An attempt by man, the author, to think like God, to think we can think like God and understand his thoughts will only produce rubbish. I am craving something theologically sound after reading this. The reader must not take the writing to represent the Christian God as revealed in Scripture.

Nor the imagine of Angels to be taken as real nor what they say. I love his idea of Divine Romance and think there is a lot to be learned from the author.

However one must not be confused in thinking what is written in this book is Scripturall As a novel this is a great book, but one that should not be taken out of the novel realm. However one must not be confused in thinking what is written in this book is Scripturally correct, it is not. There is much liberty taken from scripture and so it could confuse some readers into thinking this is "Gospel" rather than a novel not fully based on Scripture.

Some would make that to mean the Trinity and the love flows back and forth between this "Our". So again as a novel the author can do what he wants but it doesn't work for Scripture. It is not my goal to offer my thoughts of God but to review the book with what Scripture tells us.

Enjoy the book but don't confuse it as being a representation of the Scriptural God. And since according to scripture God is not the sad God floating around with no one to share love with, God in fact is love and joy even before man, so the whole premise of the book fails leaving the rest interesting but not representative of why God created man.

God told Mosses at the burning bush not to come any closer.

We can only come so close to God and the rest is faith. An attempt by man, the author, to think like God, to think we can think like God and understand his thoughts will only produce rubbish.

The Gospel tells us God's thoughts and ours are not even in the same ballpark.And to represent our understanding of what God thought at creation is not going to be even close either.

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I'm really debating whether this book deserves one star or two. Yes or No. An attempt by man, the author, to think like God, to think we can think like God and understand his thoughts will only produce rubbish.

I am the type who gives one stars for books that are morally bankrupt, and this book isn't. It is a highly recommended must read.

I love his idea of Divine Romance and think there is a lot to be learned from the author.