Gioele Rampinelli Rampinelli itibaren Los Cerritos, Soacha, Cundinamarca, Kolombiya
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This is my favorite Anne Rice novel. Granted I haven't read any of the Vampire Chronicles because I don't feel up to the task of reading all of them quite yet. I loved the historical details and the extensive liniage Rice provides. Although a bit confusing at time, the story is frightning and wonderful. The second and third parts of the trilogy get very wierd.
NT Wright is brilliant. His passion for the topics at hand (the literature, history and theology of 1st-century Judaism and Christianity) makes for really engaging material that could otherwise be pretty dry. He spends the first 150 pages discussing worldview and epistemology. He tries to forge a path that he calls "critical realism" - neither the "naive realism" of those who believe that they have complete, unfettered access to the Truth (truth about history or about God); nor the absolute relativism of those who think that when you look at a text, the only thing you can see is yourself. Highly recommended.
I didn't like this book very much.