If You Really Knew the God of the Bible You Wouldn’t Like Him
And Some Oddities in the “Good” Book
About the Book
This book is an exposé of the not-so-loving God of the Bible—someone you wouldn’t like if you really knew him. Here you will embark upon a journey through the vast and dangerous terrain of the Bible landscape. This is a journey not for the fearful but for the courageous, and the Rev. Dr. Kuykendall will be your guide—having made this journey many times himself. You will start your journey beginning in Genesis and continue on it until you reach the last verse of the book of Revelation. You will see things and think about things that many would prefer not to. But for those who persevere, their reward will be to know who “their God” is as compared to the God of the Bible and to know how the world could be more tolerant and peaceful if only those of the “Abrahamic faiths” would let go of their image of a vengeful warrior God.
About the Author
Rev. Dr. Richard E. Kuykendall holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Master of Divinity degree and a Doctor of Ministry degree. He has served as a minister for over thirty years and has been leading Bible Studies for over forty-five years. Some of his other published books are, “Prophetess of the Earth,” “A Curmudgeon’s Commentary on the Book of Revelation,” and “Two Ways to Lose Your Faith.”