Those who have followed this blog for a while know that I have often repeated the same things in reference to Bart Ehrman’s last two books. Imbalance, deep prejudice, utter ignoring of all relevant believing responses to the issues he raises (which he himself admits are nothing new to begin with). But I’m just a blogger from Phoenix, right? Well, you can see someone with a very different theological foundation saying many of the same things in Ben Witherington’s review (parts three and four now available). But here is Darrell Bock’s first review (seems like a longer one is coming), and please note the last paragraph:
There is more I could say, but I have to catch my plane now. More will be coming. Just take this as an initial indication that Jesus, Interrupted adds nothing new and understates or ignores much. Read it for yourself and see how many of the issues he raises have been addressed by others already.