• This book has some good ideas. However, most of the book is a series of non-sequiturs and bad arguments. He takes one concept, what he calls the 'Deuteronomy 32 world view' and then does all kinds of acrobatics with various verses to make them fit his conclusion. Often, he will find the same noun mentioned in two different places and that to him is what connects two distinct concepts. I really think this book is worth a read but I also recommend it for a student of logic. Write out any one of his arguments and see the common fallacies committed in action.