Al Mohler posted today a review of Mitchell Silver’s A Plausible God: Secular Reflections on Liberal Jewish Theology. Mohler comments:

A Plausible God book is a brilliant exposition of the vast shift in thinking about God that marks so much modern theology — Jewish and Christian. Many theologians continue to speak of God without believing in the God of the Bible. Those who are unaware that the “new God” of modern theology is not the “old God” of biblical theism may well be either deceived or confused. Mitchell Silver’s clarity is refreshing, even as it is tragic.