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Killing the Buddha post about heresy reviews God Interrupted

Killing the Buddha post about heresy at The Heretical Imperative reviews God Interrupted.

“To adopt Lazier’s title, the modern predicament is one in which God’s call is ‘interrupted.’ The orthodox solution to this dilemma is to act as though she can still hear the word of God with complete clarity, while the atheist’s solution is to clap her ears against the ever-quieter echoes of past revelation. The Jewish intellectuals discussed by Lazier present us with a third option: to open our ears to nature, and to one another.”