One critic refers to the Crucifixion as a terrible example of the "paranoid sadism" evident in the work of "slow extravert artists," (32) another to the artist's "obsession with gratuitous details," (33) still another to his demonstrating the "abysmal questionableness
of the human body as the frame of the Word that was made flesh.
And in mulling over the controversy and questionableness
in deciding who has the No.
Both cases raise troubling issues about the international community's judgment of state and individual sovereignty as well as the questionableness
of criminalizing behavior after it has occurred.
And I think that what he has to say about Lucas throughout the book indicates that he--that the questionableness
of Lucas's character was involved.
Criteria for self-identity can then be described without having to invoke philosophical assumptions whose questionableness
would again threaten practical foresight.
In Jesus, his primary sources were those whose questionableness
was the very occasion for the book, and we were given a subject who was barely granted an existence.