How has Christianity arrived at its current state? Should the faith be so thoroughly and antagonistically divided into two camps that are themselves hopelessly fractured? Which side is right? For that matter, is either right? Here, the Reverend Robert McLeod, holder of master's degrees in both political science and divinity, reviews the history of the Church since the Reformation of the sixteenth century and comes to new conclusions about theology, morality, and the role of the Christian faith in the modern world. Shocking, pointed, discomforting, but always thought-provoking, the observations here put forth will change forever the way you view some of the Church's foundational beliefs and their effects on the real world. Open this book only if you have the stomach and, more importantly, the mind, for bold new insight.