Names play pivotal roles in unlocking early Christianity and are interpreted to reveal diverse theological positions. Just how much influence those names wielded cannot be overstated. It triggers this author to suggest the option of a nameless god. The book can be a primer for the person interested in objective observations and willing to consider plausible implications-over orthodoxy. Candor and tough decisions dominate this effort. A fresh view of agnostic thought emerges that is positive a .
Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-229) and index