There are four fatal problems with the book: wild exaggerations and conjecture, factual errors, a core misunderstanding of the subject matter, and a clear bias that prevents accurately depicting the story of Canada’s religious conservatives – a story that should be told. Unfortunately, McDonald is not the person to write such a book. Considering that the casual reader might not be equipped to detect all the factual mistakes, there is absolutely no benefit to reading The Armageddon Factor and indeed some harm due to the misinformation the author is peddling.
It's official. I won't bother.