You never take up my suggestions, but Lenin putting his cap on the moon is clearly best. The Lenin-Church juxtapositions are nice, mind you, but not half as striking.
But whatever you do, avoid a subtitle with the words “responsible plurality”, won’t you. I mean, I can’t see it as a phrase you would employ, but who can predict the absolute future, with all those irruptions of Events/Parousias?
Feeling at all queasy? Don’t read the following, or you might lose your lunch:
” ‘Probably the greatest scepticism about biblical truth today arises from the mistaken notion that you can make the Bible mean anything you like. We must resist this by applying questions about context, genre and formation. We must be cautious about pluralism, especially in historical report or in theology,’ Anthony Thiselton, from a new book, edited by Matthew Malcolm and Stanley Porter, The Future of Biblical Interpretation.”
– Matthew R. Malcolm, Thiselton Conference: How it Went”, Cryptotheology, July 10, 2012