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on 16 February 2012
I purchased several of Walter Wink's books at the same time. This was the most readable for a lay person who is no studying for a Theology degree/masters/PHD

It certainly provides some very interesting and plausible explanations for what I've observed/ experienced at work and in church. I don't agree with everything that Mr Wink says, but that may be because I don't have a theology degree, or at this point in my faith journey I am unable to accept what he is saying is true, and no human being is infallible, therefore its possible that he doesn't have everything right. I am trying to keep an open mind and will wait and see whether my opinions on Mr Wink's book change with time and growth along my own spiritual journey.
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on 9 December 2016
Great book, well worth the read, excellent author
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on 19 December 2014
I found this a helpful way to relate what the New Testament says about powers (vol 1) to political and social realities today. I particularly appreciated Wink's ambivalence regarding the metaphysical status of the powers!
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on 23 July 2013
Read when studying Contextual theology and now I'm actually in parish, good top reconnect. Winks theology is deep and unpopular in current post-modern world but experiencing his words in real world now.
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