Don’t be fooled by the title of this book (it had to be softened for the Christian market). But this is a book about sex. It begins by stating that according to the Bible, God started the human race by creating a naked couple and commanding them to have sex. That's kind of embarrassing, but it's true.
Although Mark Twain believed in God, he didn't believe that the Bible was the Creator's Word. In fact, he hated the God revealed in the Scriptures--the One who spoke against adultery and fornication. He bemoaned the fact that not being allowed to commit adultery was "cruelly hard."
If you've ever wondered where certain well-known atheists were grounded in their eloquent and venomous railings against the heavens, look no further. Mark Twain is the illegitimate founding father of modern atheism. He's "illegitimate" because he wasn't an atheist. He was fascinatingly brilliant but very confused when it came to spirituality.
This book addresses his deep-rooted anger at God because (according to him) there's no sex in Heaven, his own self-imposed and personal sexual problems (what caused them), and among other things his misguided understanding of faith and 101 other natural repercussions of not believing God's Word.
Ray Comfort searches through volumes of Twain’s writings to develop a comprehensive answer to this profound writer of the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and a man who suffered much. Discover Twain’s arguments with God and a powerful response that helps strengthen your faith and understanding of our loving Creator!
Just finished this wonderful book. Review by skwarner
Just finished this wonderful book. Using Mark Twain's own words he shows the foolishness that sin leads to in the lives of men who refuse to believe the light God's given to every man. People who love their sin are bound to blame and hate God. Their only other option is humble repentance which Mark Twain sadly refused. Read this book and learn from Twain's insane mistake of rejecting the truth of God for all eternity. One of Ray's best books ever! (Posted on 2/3/2015)