This is one of the most significant books that I have read. Begotten or Made? has changed how I think about human activities like artificial procreation, abortion, and transexual surgery.
In this book, O’Donovan taught me almost nothing new but showed me how old and stable truths of Scripture—which we call Nicene Orthodoxy—applies to some of the deepest questions of human experience.
For this reason, Begotten or Made? has significantly deepened my faith. I can think of only a few books that have done the same. And it was not because of something novel, as I noted, but because of something old. [Read more…] about Begotten or Made? by Oliver O’Donovan: A Review