I hate to write a sort-of bad review on this book, because I think the author is obviously brilliant. I can also flip through the pages and find interesting text. However, you need to be smarter than me to understand this one. But don't be discouraged, that means many of you still qualify.
This book presumes the reader knows Greek and uses the Greek to illustrate various points in the book. It's clearly an upper-level read for a true scholar in this field of study, not a hacker like me. If somebody would study this and dumb it down to my level, that would be great. Bart Ehrman maybe? Robert Eisenman?
I'm putting it on the shelf for a spot reference, but I don't plan on reading it in entirety.