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Scare mongering, right wing, dangerous clap trap
on 25 February 2001
I was shocked on reading merely the first chapter of this grotesque book which yet again claims to be Christian, yet is rather un-christian in it's opinion and methodology. Encouraging hate, extremism and domination over "non-believers". Not only do we have the usual WASP ranting with regards to so called "satanism", and all those poor innoffensive nerds who happen to play dungeons and dragons every Saturday afternoon, but Brown has the audacity to belittle practices such as Yoga, and meditation, both integral parts of Hinduism and Buddhism respectively. Are my hindu friends going to hell?, can God be so elitist? The answer to any sane person is NO. When i'm told that Satan and Angels are not only real, but have free range over the Earth, I start questioning not only the author's motives, but also their credentials! The actual Christians who actually got the parts about love, compassion, and turning the other cheek should avoid this book unless they actually want to see the bad side of the faith, and understand why so many young people are turning their backs on our increasingly intolerant churches.