Just from the book title and description, it seems the author of this book needs to get over himself and his arrogant ideas, in order to submit to the will of God.
As Churches of Christ leave the isolation that too often has characterized our past and move into fellowship with other Christ-followers, can we really escape the doctrines that have imprisoned us? Is it possible that what we have thought of as our marks of identity are really signs of self idolatry, the tendency to put our beliefs, our ideas, even ourselves on the same level as Jesus?
This short book takes a look at the logic that has trapped us inside our own beliefs and suggests that in order to follow Christ, we need to get over ourselves.
One doesn’t have to read the book to get a sense of the author’s attitude. The title and description clearly reveal his hatred of God’s plan of salvation.