J. R. Daniel Kirk, associate professor of New Testament, Fuller Theological Seminary
"Peter Enns is one of the most important scholarly voices speaking to Christianity today, and this book is a primary example of why! With technical expertise, intellectual honesty, and an abiding sensitivity to the deep concerns of the Christian faith, Enns tackles three thorny questions that arise from reading the Old Testament in the light of modern biblical scholarship. This book eschews the conservative culture of easy answers and provides a coherent incarnational approach for those who want to take the Bible seriously without switching off their brains. The newly added postscript is particularly useful, as it gives us an inside view into the ways Enns's thinking has evolved in the ten years since the first edition appeared. May this second edition be read as widely and engaged as critically as the first!"
Christopher W. Skinner, Mount Olive College and East Carolina University