Who is God? What is he like? Why can we trust him?
A growing group of Christian scholars is offering new answers to these timeless questions, challenging classical theism the traditional view of God held by most evangelical Christians.
Some within the movement picture God with human limitations, rewriting classical beliefs that God is unchanging, all-powerful, and all-knowing with dire consequences for the Christian's life of faith. Creating God in the Image of Man is an examination and evaluation of this new "open" view of God.
Dr. Norman L. Geisler offers an insightful critique of how this view seriously alters historic Christian belief. Geisler highlights the philosophical, theological, and practical problems of the view he calls "Neotheism" and sets forth a biblical defense of the traditional understanding of God.