"Few distinctions are more fundamental to classical Christian theology
than that between God and creation. In this remarkable book John Lucy
challenges this fundamental distinction, proposing that Christians should
reckon instead with the category of created human divinity. Lucy is to be
commended for the remarkable range of theologians he engages, and for
making his case with boldness and clarity. Good scholarship makes us
think, and Created Human Divinity does just that."
If that doesn't make you want to buy and read the book, I don't know what will.
I am thankful for and honored by Soulen's high praise. And what he says gets at the core of what I try to do in my writing, particularly in Created Human Divinity: regardless of whether or not what I write/say resonates with you or with my readers in general, my hope and my prayer is that it provokes my readers into reflection and thought--reflection and thought that then lead to deeper and more intentional means of living.
I hope that you will decide to purchase the book here and read it. More importantly, I hope and pray that in reading you will be empowered to live more fully into God's designs for you or, if you don't believe in God, to live more fully into your own path.