By Phillip Arrington
--From the Introduction
"Arrington asks us to treat the note of God as inalterably, unrelievedly rhetorical, and additional asks, what does this let us know approximately rhetoric--and approximately God--once we adopt a venture like this one? . . . whether or not they accept as true with his conclusions or no longer, readers will surely examine from this dialogue and, i feel, be stunned on the many solid insights to be found here."
--Frank Farmer, writer of After the general public Turn and Saying and Silence
Phillip Arrington is Professor Emeritus of English and Rhetoric at jap Michigan college and is the writer of the e-novel The Serpent’s Sage (2013) and Rhetoric’s Agons (2008).