The Genealogical Adam and Eve is Like an Ogre

It has been exciting to see GAE enter the world. The reactions to the book have been wild, all over the place really. A lot of people are drawn to it, even if they disagree with it, and others are don’t know what to make of it. For some I am a hero, and others I am a villain. It strikes me…

The book is like an ogre. It has layers.

There are several ways to understand and engage it. Several points it’s trying to make in many different audiences. What are some of the layers you’ve identified in it?

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People outside the Garden – there’s a lot to be explored there and from my experience the average Christian reader finds that part quite interesting to think about.