Out of Bondage was literally inspired by God; it entails somewhat controversial topics that God wanted me to explain, some of which include homosexuality; theft, rape and murder, and the hero Judas. This book will give readers a whole new perspective on traditional Bible stories and what we thought they meant growing up. Take a look at the name of the third title; I believe most, if not all, readers will want to read why I believe Judas should be viewed as a hero and not the villain he has been known for. When you look at homosexuality, universally it is a frowned-upon topic within churches, and so to get a take on what a Christian thinks about it is intriguing. When I speak about sensitive topics such as rape, I shed a new light, showing that there is indeed always a light at the end of the tunnel. I show that survivors of such heinous crimes possess immense strength and courage, and by divine intervention, they go on to find peace with their reality. As Christians, we are often afraid of letting our voices be heard, of showing that traditional Bible stories can be viewed from a different perspective. If you are looking for controversial eye-opening views on known topics and empowerment, then this book is ideal in helping you to figure out how you can get "out of bondage" both physically and spiritually.