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on 24 May 2014
This critique follows the same format as Shuty's critique of OT which I gave five stars. In this one, I found the four-letter words rather jarring, thriving a more splenetic approach. However, I still agree absolutely with what he has to say. I have not read NT recently, and his extensive quotes are a very useful reminder of the content, and his comments trenchant if rather unrestrained.
The Gospels are the most familiar part of NT, and familiarity can lead to a lazy acceptance of them as, well, gospel truth, so Shuty's highlighting of the discrepancies between the four, and his other comments, are enlightening.
I had forgotten how tedious are the Acts and Epistles, and just how lunatic is Revelation, so this format is useful on several counts, and a worthy companion to his work on OT.