like it so far, unlike Ashleigh Malagnus - MarkM - 12/8/2015
We need more books of this type, & unfortunately a lot of individuals who are like the 1st person who wrote a review of this book(A.Malagnus)they just don't get the need for this style of in your face kind of truth. We don't need anymore ' milqtoast ' kind of namby pamby PC style writing. So there are a bit of grammar & punctuation errors. Have you ever read a newspaper or internet article? This isn't the world's biggest publisher we are dealing with here. This book contains some historical backbone that needs to be taught more to our Christian students & to those who are interested in history from the Christian perspective, which is the true history. If it smacks of not being PC, I'm more for it, as I'm also giving my endorsement for this good truthful work by this author my Roger Anghlis.
Error After Error - Ashleigh Malagnus - 2/12/2015
I would first like to comment on the general poor writing ability of Roger Anghis. His spelling and overall grammar are atrocious. Maybe this is the editors fault? Secondly, Anghis comes off as bit of a bigot throughout the book. He discusses other religions as being inferior to Christianity. I would accept the fact that he is Christian, as I am too, and would like to share his love for Jesus Christ. However, I think by condemning others for having different faiths comes off as arrogant and at times leaning toward bigotry. This is not the way our lord and saviour Jesus Christ would want his message to be spread. Jesus Christ is about peace and love, Roger Anghis is about divisiveness and hate. Save your time, and don't read this book.