Interesting little review of Julian the Apostate.

History Books Review: Against the Galileans by Julian the Apostate:

As to the plan of creating a man with no conception of good or evil in the first place, what, Julian asks, is the use of someone who can’t tell good from bad?  In any case, Julian has noticed that in Genesis God creates relatively little in the way of new material – his main activities are devoted to rearranging stuff.  To Julian this is indicative that God doesn’t really have the full capabilities of a genuine creator.  It all sounds much more like a low level regional god who has been puffed up beyond his pay scale by overenthusiastic supporters.

(Via History Books Review.)