The book has inspired me to work on a sermon series entitled, "Hell's Top Ten List of Lies." Should be interesting to say the least. Because I have the series upcoming, I won 't say much more about the book. You'll have to come to the services. It won't be just like the book especially considering some of the disagreements I have with the author, but I will uncover some of our theological and ideological flaws as it pertains to our perception of Christ, who He is, how He relates to us, and what He desires to do in us and with us.
To put everything in summary, how much of your knowledge of Christ has come from what others have told you, someone else's interpretation, or some random scripture chosen absent the thousands of others that exist with it? Jesus designed the church to be His representation to the world, but not the only mouthpiece. Christ desires a personal relationship with us all and the greatest knowledge and experiences we can have with Him is through personal experience, not from vicariously living the experiences of others.