The list author says: "Have you ever wondered if your relative, spouse, boss, or neighbor might be a sociopath? They can seem completely normal if you don't know what to look for, and they are far more common than you would think- predators observing you and ready to use, abuse, or even destroy you- all without a twinge of conscience. They see "niceness"as weakness, regard your kindness with contempt, and use your love for them against you. In the Bible, they are known as "reprobates." I encourage you to research "reprobate" online and in the Bible, and check out my website (www.luke173ministries.org)for a study on reprobates. I also hope that these books will help you to protect yourself and your loved ones."
"Explains how modern psychology has labeled sinful and deviant behavior as "sickness." This effectively removes accountability for evil behavior, gives abusers the perfect excuse, and elicits sympathy instead of consequences."
"Learn the dynamics of abusive families and how to cope, set limits, or cut ties in a biblical manner. Includes a comprehensive study of the Reprobate mind- the Bible's version of what we refer to as a sociopath or psychopath. Christians will learn to stand up and confront the evil in their families instead of always overlooking and tolerating it."
"Explains how sociopathic freeloaders test and observe you to see if you are easy prey,and the various con games they play to take advantage of your good nature. Sociopaths who do not care about you, they will suck you dry and ruin your life, and then just shrug and move on. Includes 21 Ways to Spot a Con, and effective strategies."
"Are you “not a good Christian” when you set limits or end it, because Jesus said you HAVE to forgive? Biblical answers to honoring abusive parents, letting estranged relatives see your kids, who will take care of your abuser in his old age, handling family meddlers who try to intervene,deathbed visits, funerals, what to expect from estranged relatives who want to re-establish contact, and more."
"Another must-read. Learn to recognize the psychopaths you deal with in everyday life, and how truly dangerous they are. Explains how they can seem completely normal if you don't know what to look for. Disturbing and valuable."
"Modern psychology avoids labeling evil people as "evil"- instead giving them some diagnosis and claiming that they are sick and in need of "help." This book is refreshing and invaluable because the author IS a psychiatrist- one who does not shy away from calling evil what it is. A great study on the problem of human evil."
"Written about abusive men in partnered relationships, but nevertheless extremely valuable for anyone who has been targeted by a sociopathic abuser in any context. Early warning signs, abusive personality types, how to leave the relationship, etc."