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Is God a Moral Compromiser? by Thom Stark

Is God a Moral Compromiser? by Thom Stark

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A critical review of Paul Copan's 'Is God a Moral Monster?' (2011)
A critical review of Paul Copan's 'Is God a Moral Monster?' (2011)

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Is God a MoralCompromiser?
 A Critical Review of Paul Copan
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Is God a Moral Monster? 
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Thom Stark 
 
 
This book review may be distributed freely.If posted online or quoted, please make reference to the author.
This review is to be read as a supplement to:Paul Copan
s
Is God a Moral Monster? Making Sense of the Old Testament God 
(Grand Rapids: Baker Books, 2011)Please purchase Paul Copan
s book.Copyright © 2011 Thom Stark 
 
 
 Acknowledgements
I wrote this book review over the course of a few weeks, in be-tween coursework assignments, meals with my wife, bike rideswith my daughter, and X-Files episodes. It 
s an informal piece.Nevertheless, I owe a great debt to several people who helped mealong the way.First, I
d like to thank Dr. Christopher A. Rollston, Dr. Frederick L.Downing, and PhD. Candidate Adam Bean, for their invaluableguidance throughout the composition of this review.I should also like to thank Mike Morrell, Philip Scriber, and BrianMetzger, for goading me into writing it.Thanks are due also to Andrew Jones, Stephen Douglas, TedTroxell, Lee Penya, Joel Watts, and Steven Fouse, for their helpfulcomments and for their help in converting quotations into para-phrases at the last minute. Thanks also to Matthew Worsfold andSolomon Burchfield for volunteering to help. Even though younever got around to it, it 
s the thought that counts.Thanks finally to my wife Erica and daughter Ela, for your pa-tience and your goodness.This book review is dedicated to everyone who has tried to wres-tle with God, only to be wounded by one of God
s messengers.

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