Top critical review
Juvenile, repetitive, entire book can be summarized in one line
Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2021
Part 1 Devil: provides absolute no real
Life examples on what demons look like today. For example ouija boards r currently being sold in toy section marketed towards our children, also tricking them into witchcraft sorcery through entertainment like Harry potter, spells and sorcery, gives illusion of sovereignty w no need to seek God. Devil also enters our minds whispering lies of fortune/misfortune told through (it’s just for fun) tarot, etc … instead section covers;
story of Adam/Eve/snake, devil is real, enters our mind through our ideas, and via social media. Devil’s purpose: pull you away from God. To prevent this, pray. (Does this guy even know what witchcraft is?)
Part 2 Flesh: Overly repetitive, Provides 2-3 examples on an already made point. Use of space fillers is literally same as making me listen to a story w no point or purpose, but to waste time.
By providing examples/def of Flesh repeated/extensively covered through span of 3 chapters. states nothing more than that we’re not animals, have the choice/option to choose, have discipline, walk like Jesus, to do so, pray. (Thanx for the tip)
Part 3 world: Again fails to provide real life examples of devil in our everyday life. could have so easily mentioned of so many demonic practices pushed by today’s Hollywood pop culture, advocating for vulgar music such as #wap, how Beyoncé’s “alter ego” Sasha fierce is of the devil taking over the body, what about MK ULTRA, MIND CONTROL, literally so many different ways, sadly the example he chose to use was
CD burning, how piracy has become a norm, which ultimately gives thought of theft as also being normal. (Who burns CD these days?!)
author more concerned of how readers may perceive wrong idea/viewpoint than actual teaching. (Don’t get the idea of, don’t think I am etc …)
Author more concerned w “flexing” philosophy education than teaching
Author more concerned on his perception/appearance/performance than teaching. section 1 has high usage of uncommonly used words, which quickly dwindles down to zero soon after.
Author more concerned on “playing safe” appeasing to the “cancel culture” in message. no conviction, power, persuasion in teaching. Very blah, step below “Luke warm” at best. What a waste of time and energy