In this lively discussion, he questions the fact that many people simply accept what they are told. He dissects the Bible's version of truth and examines it minutely, pointing out the inaccuracies and impossibilities contained therein, which are nevertheless accepted and believed by countless people through the ages.
Barry takes us through the Ten Commandments and their flaws and contradictions, to which common sense and logic are ruthlessly applied. Will a five-year-old shoplifter burn in hell with adult bank robbers? Do priests who rape children escape damnation because they confess? Why can't we covet our neighbours' goods, provided we don't steal them?
After reading this book, you may want to review your opinion on the Bible, or just step back while the author burns. If you prefer to believe, please re-read!