I just finished reading two great books. But they are polar opposites. Here are my reviews:
One of the things I love about this book is the humor that Gaunt has - even when dealing with such serious subjects. He knows how to keep the old Bible stories refreshing and relevant to today.
This book jumps right in starting with the beginning of the Bible and the original bad guy: Satan. Gaunt says, "It's essential that we learn to spot his tricks and traps early so we can avoid them." Gaunt also discusses Cain, Nimrod, Sodom and Gommorrah, Pharoah, Mrs. Potiphar, Goliath, and tons of others. It's such a great book, that I think I'll read it again... After I re-read Bad Guys of the Book of Mormon again.