The title of this book interested me along with the sub-title: How modern thinking about God went wrong. Placher follows the thinking about God from before the modern period to after the modern period. He agrees with the post-modern refutation of new theology, especially in the area (as the title implies) of reducing God’s awe and wonder to a domesticated, human level. Most of the book is given to reconnecting theology to Reformation roots, and it tries the patience of the reader to follow the thinking through.
The Domestication of Transcendence
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