Idolatry: Journey Out of Egypt

Josh Muglia
Date Started
September 1, 2022
Date Finished
Stars Rated

As of writing this review, I haven’t finished the book yet, but I believe it’s what

strives to be. Pagan Christianity takes a soft approach and covers topics like liturgy and separation between the clergy and laity. Idolatry: Journey Out of Egypt, however goes straight for the jugular, calling out pagan holidays and even what name we use to reference the Most High God.

The book is broken up in four sections: a firm foundation, usurper, the road less traveled, and the end of the matter. The first section sets the tone of the book and defines certain terms (like idolatry). The second section discusses how paganism crept in to the church through the Roman Catholic Church.