A timely book that explores the modern cultural lies that assault and deceive us with their seemingly feel-good or empowering sentiments.
A quick read for me, written in a conversational, but knowledgeable style. I liked that she backs up her points with Scripture, showing the alternate worldviews at play. This one wasn't quite as compelling for me as her first book, but that might be due to me being a frequent listener to her podcast, so it wasn't the first time hearing a lot of the information, though still very valuable.
The book does a great job picking apart the reason why these seemingly harmless memes don't sit right, and why we must stand on the truth of God's word. I think that the book builds as it goes along, and I liked what she had to say about modern feminism.
Overall, an excellent read great for sharing with the women in your lives.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.