A brief preface takes a very biblical look at the dark world of atheism. Chapter 1 critiques Ayn Rand, her logical inconsistencies, perverse sexuality, her destructive effect on the commonwealth of men, her subhuman abnegation of truth and her own best interests. Chapter 2 goes over the Noah's Ark story and nonsense attacks upon it, when the article of faith of an omnipotent and omniscient God would clearly handle any apparent discrepancies that appear to sceptics. But, no, we must blab on about the laws of nature. Chapter 3 goes after Friedrich Nietzsche and his subhuman perception of the glory of man. We will never become strong unless we heal our infirmities. Preying on the weaknesses and vices of other men is not the pathway to greatness. Chapter 4 goes after the modern Four Horsemen: Richard Dawkins, Penn Jillette, Sam Harris and Christopher Hitchens. This chapter covers a lot of territory. Read it to find out what territory. Chapter 5 takes a look at Bill Marr, segues over to Donald Trump, Tina Fey, Sarah Palin and whether Uncle Sam should have a wife consort in keeping with the rising stature of women. And who should that female icon be modeled on?