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  • Blase Bonpane - JESUS AN INTERNATIONAL ZEALOT

    As with many students over many decades I would give Reza Aslan and A+ for his excellent work.
    I read the book thoroughly together with all of the end notes.
    In spite of the A+ I would strongly differ with some of Reza's opinions.

    Jesus was not a radical Jewish nationalist. He was a radical Jewish internationalist.
    Two swords do not make an armed revolution.
    The Palm Sunday March was a demonstration in the manner of Gandhi and Martin Luther King.
    His experience with the Syrophoenician woman was an example of his Socratic style and his
    affirmation of his international mission.
    The cleansing of the Temple was not a quasi-military action.
    The people in his home town of Nazareth almost killed him because of his internationalist
    position.

    The Kingdom of God was definitely sought on this earth...as it is in Heaven.
    The Kingdom of God is the antithesis of Empire.
    with a preferential option for the poor, a profound concern for those in mourning,
    the triumph of the gentle, the merciful, those who work for peace, the single-minded,
    and those who struggle for justice as they feed, the hungry, clothe the naked, give drink to the
    thirsty, care for the sick and the imprisoned.

    In response to the opinions expressed by Reza Aslan, I offer two of my books:

    "IMAGINE NO RELIGION" AND "GUERRILLAS OF PEACE; LIBERATION THEOLOGY AND THE CENTRAL AMERICAN REVOLUTION."

    Blase Bonpane, BA, Philosophy; MA,Religious Education; MA,Divinity; MA, Latin America, Georgetown University; Ph.D, Social Science, University of California, Irvine.

  • Nancy Crays "book lover" - Another Winner

    Voyager, the third book of the Outlander series, begins in Scotland where Claire Randall, who is now a doctor and a widow, has taken her daughter Brianna for a vacation. I really enjoyed the first part of the novel where Claire, Bri and their friend Roger do research Jamie Fraser and the battle of Culloden. The story went back and forth between their research in 1968 and the actual events in the 1700s. Claire longs to return to Jamie after discovering he didn't die in the battle and Bri and Roger encourage her to do so.

    After Claire returns to the 1700s and Jamie, the book reminds me of an action movie. There are often a half dozen wild activities swirling around all at one time. Claire, Jamie and others go to sea and end up in the Caribbean where they encounter more challenges and lots of action.

    Despite all the action, Claire and Jamie gradually learn more of each others activities during the past 20 years.

    The writing is excellent as usual. Characters and incidents that often seem minor have a way of popping up again many chapters later. Even characters I thought dead turn out to be alive.

    It was hard to put this book down and I sometimes stayed up too late reading it.

  • Jesse - Really Sucks! In a good way!

    I just got it and have used it a few times, but It is replacing a $79 wal-mart special vacuum and the shark blows my old vacuum away! First thoughts if you have animals it seems to pick up a ridiculous amount of pet hair and you will be emptying the little container a lot. You can really feel the suction this thing has and after each use it looks like you had your carpets professionally cleaned. For around $150 I don't know how those other more expensive $400-500 can compete or really clean much better?