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What does it mean to red pill someone? The term red pill is derived from the 1999 science fiction movie, The Matrix, where Neo, played by Keanu Reeves, is presented with a choice: You take the blue pill, the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes. The red pill represents knowledge, freedom, and the brutal truth of reality, whereas the blue pill represents falsehood and blissful ignorance.
This book is not designed to answer every single ridiculous argument posed by self-professing Atheists. That would require an encyclopaedia-sized book or set of books. What this book is designed to do is to answer some of the most common arguments used while also presenting enough factual evidence to stop the self-professing Atheists dead in their tracks and force them to start thinking for themselves rather than believing the lies they were fed from a text book filled with errors and misinformation.
Red pilling Atheists does not mean that they will suddenly change their mind and embrace the truth. It just means that you expose them to enough truth that they have no rational or logical way to answer it or deny it. Nevertheless, despite the overwhelming evidence stacked against them, Atheists will willfully embrace what they now know to be complete and utter lies.
Once again, Timothy Klaver provides clear and concise irrefutable arguments to challenge the world views and misconceptions held by his opponents. He demonstrates quite clearly how one word of truth outweighs the entire world. Truth is our best weapon against error. We need to know the truth, speak the truth, and take a stand for the truth. You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free (John 8:32).