Here's what I encountered:
Jesus taught us to try to be good people (p. 18).
Oh really? If that's the case, I officially resign as a Christian. Religion teaches us to try to be good people. I'm done with trying. All my attempts at trying to be a good "Faith" have failed miserably. I fell in love with Jesus because He came along and said, "Just rest in my love and let me change you. As a matter of fact, if you'll allow me, I'll come live inside you and shine right through your frail humanity." What a relief!
Jesus taught us that if we believe in God, we will also be given new life and will be with him when we die (p. 9).
"The devils also believe and tremble" (James 2:19). Furthermore, define "God." Jesus said that He Himself is God incarnate. But believing in Him is not enough. It's a matter of what you believe about Him. Eternal life is only promised to those who confess their need for a Savior (repent of trying to do life "my way"), and "believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, that God has raised Him from the dead" (Romans 10:9). A changed life is the evidence of such a confession.
We go to church to worship God (p. 5).
Wrong again. We go to church to complain about the worship.
(That was a joke).
Actually, we can and should worship wherever we are--any place, any time. My personal favorite places to worship are: in the dentist's chair, at the tax office, and in rush hour traffic.
But there is a lot to be said for corporate worship. That's why I think the more important reason for going to church (and more biblical) is for fellowship. We need to rub shoulders on a regular basis with those who, like ourselves, know their desperate need for God.
Perhaps a more appropriate title would be, I Belong to the Christian Religion. But of course that would be an oxymoron to those of us who understand that this is all about a relationship. (Christianity is the unreligion!) But there the book was--displayed right next to I Belong to the Muslim Faith:
One day, Allah will choose whether I go to Heaven when I die (p. 16).
Yikes! Now, this author may be as uninformed as the aforementioned one, so I'll give him the benefit of the doubt. But if that statement is indeed true, then Allah and Jehovah can't be the same God (So don't go giving me that "all-paths-lead-to-the-same-god" nonsense.). My God chose me (and you) for Heaven long ago. But it's up to us to accept that invitation. Today. We get to choose-- today.
Now lest I be labeled a bigot, let me close with a quote from the great Christian missionary Brother Andrew: "We must see that the word ISLAM stands for 'I sincerely love all Muslims'."