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Sprinkled throughout this book is a rebuttal to Richard Dawkins book, "The God Delusion." In addition to that, however, there is a strong message for the Christian Church. Over time, the Church has allowed much to dilute Christ's message and gets fairly caught up in social activities, food, musical events, more food, and bringing in the lost by giving them, yes, food, rather than spending much time equipping the Body of Christ with the tools to follow Jesus' commands ("If you love Me," He said, "follow my commands!") We tend to avoid the tasks before us that are the most difficult. High on the list of things to NOT do, because they are too hard, is love our enemies, pray for those who persecute us, die to self, swallow pride, and be a humble servant of God. We have no excuse to avoid Jesus' commands any longer. The TRUE Christian rubber must hit the road. God has given His Church reason to unite in prayer in the three New Atheists who brandish swords of unbelief, as they ride their black steeds through the courtyards of the Christian Church. Through this Biblical based book, the Christian will receive encouragement to "pray through" until the job is accomplished and the three New Atheists are brought to their knees, not by our cleverness, not by our threats, not by our preaching, nor by our curses—but by our prayers to the Almighty God of the Bible, which Christians will once again discover, is the most powerful force in the universe. Once the Christians see the power of God bring the atheists to their knees, which will happen when the Church unites in prayer for them, they will understand that all things are possible through Christ who strengthens them—all things the Lord commands we do, CAN be done, through Him! The Atheist Delusion can lead to some mighty intense discussions. The atheists tend to think this spiritual discussion is the most ridiculous thing in the world. If one aggressive godless soul comes to the Lord, it will have been worth it.

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