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January 29, 2014
All the tired myths are repeated in this book.
If you listen to or read conservative onlines, you have heard all of this.

This is so much to say about this book . The author may be competing with Michael Brown in who can better misrepresent a population. Brown wins on page count, Richardson wins on conciseness of drivel.

I would assume Richardson identifies as a Christian. That makes the entire book problematic for me -- I could not read any "love" even disguised as concern in this book.

My simple question -- does it bring life and love? That is of God. Does it bring death and destruction? That of man or evil.

This is not of God and Christians should avoid it.
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