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At the Heart of the Universe: The Eternal Plan of God Paperback – 1 October 1997
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- Publisher : Crossway Books (1 October 1997)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 176 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0891079645
- ISBN-13 : 978-0891079644
- Dimensions : 14.61 x 1.27 x 21.59 cm
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As I read through it, I found many points that complemented Greg Koukl's book, "The Story of Reality" which is another book I would recommend. Koukl's book is excellent in the way it ties loose ends together and builds them into a unified and easy-to-understand picture. Jensen's book takes you on a God-focused journey. Read both!
Women will be saddened to hear that Jensen also insists that we must call God by a male personal pronoun and that we must neither seek God's feminine side (God as Mother) nor must we remove the personal pronoun (Creator God). As far as I'm concerned, womankind can do without yet another Christian book which seeks to invalidate one of the most basic parts of our identity.
Bottom line, this book is tedious and sexist. It is only the fact of it's doctrinal orthodoxy which saves it from getting one star. Readers who want a *good* book on Christian theology by a conservative, orthodox Christian should rather put up with the 560 pages of Alister E. McGrath's "Christian Theology, An Introduction." This serves as a good reference book, is heavily cited, and much more intellectually honest.