Matthew J. Ramage is assistant professor of theology at Benedictine College.
""Unlike many other books, Dark Passages of the Bible does not limit itself merely to describing and applying abstract theories or doctrines of inspiration or inerrancy to "difficult passages" in Scripture. Rather, it reconciles actual biblical passages or themes that seem to contradict or be incompatible with doctrines of biblical inspiration and inerrancy . . . A significant contribution to explaining Pope Benedict XVI's interpretive approach, which reconciles the best of pre-critical and post-critical exegesis."--William S. Kurz, SJ, professor of theology, Marquette University"--