Another great book from Kyle Idleman. I'm not yet finished with this book, but have been convicted just in the first few chapters that there are idols battling for first place in my life. This is a challenging and well written book.
"Gods at War" is being used as a men's small group study. It is excellent in its presentation, and the questions raised for people to consider in their own lives present challenges that need to be faced and answered in order to remember that God should be the supreme motivator in our lives, and that His presence should be reflected in all of our choices. His emphasis on idolatry as the sin from which all other sins spring is thought-provoking and insightful.
Basically a rip-off of Martin Luther's Large Catechism explanation of the 1st Commandment dressed up with Idleman's day growth of beard and resentful puppy look; however, for those who have never before considered a relational definition of "God," the book, and entire program, is a useful teaching tool.