After some thought and trial and error, I’ve decided to use a new format for my book reviews. I will now be using The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Here’s the breakdown of the three categories.
The Good: These are places in the book that I agree with or features that I like.
The Bad: These are places in the book that, while not necessarily wrong, I disagree with the author or features of the book I didn’t like. Failed attempts at humor will also appear here. An example of The Bad is calling the Incarnation “God con carne” (this actually happened).
The Ugly: The are places in the book that I not only disagree with, I think the author is wrong or features that make reading the book difficult to read. Examples of The Ugly include difficult to read fonts, anti-nomianism, legalism and heresy.