“Jason Long has written perhaps the best analysis and refutation of evangelical Christianity for laymen that is available today. As a former Christian myself, I find that Long understands precisely how Christians think and how they argue. He knows this because he was one himself. For this reason, I think Long's book is more effective than some of the ‘new atheist’ authors (i.e., Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, etc.). Since the ‘new atheists’ are writing as outsiders to the faith, they don't have the same insights into Christianity that a former devout believer such as Long. I highly recommend this book to believers and non-believers alike. For believers, it will help them understand how they came to believe what they do and why it is so difficult to honestly question those beliefs. For non-believers, it will give insight into how conservative Christians think and the best ways to argue against their beliefs.”


           - Ken Pulliam, M.A., Ph.D., Bob Jones University, former bible college professor and founder of

                      Why I De-Converted from Evangelical Christianity




     “I really liked this book and I highly recommend it. It is unusual to other comparable works because it seeks to articulate the real reasons why people believe and reveals the mental gymnastic contortions needed to defend ignorant and comfortable beliefs. This type of book just may go a long way to help Christians be honest about their delusional beliefs. In some ways Jason Long has done for the average person what I have done in my book for the college student, and for that I can only congratulate him.”


                                                                                          - John Loftus, M.A., M.Div., Th.M., former minister and bible college professor, founder of

                                                                                                                                        Debunking Christianity, author of Why I Became an Atheist, and editor of The Christian Delusion