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The author has used a secular term usually used in anthropology, to refer to the way some Christians can fall into devastating evil. In the book, he proposes using 'taboo' as a way of describing a Christian's fall into depravity. It is an attempt to use the word as a description. Most believers don't understand how any Christian can fall so dramatically - but, some do anyway! The author was prompted to write the book during teaching the Book of Job to fellow believers in the church. The book itself does not use Job references. 'Breaking God's Taboos' is an introduction to this new concept, possibly as a foundational work leading to a more detailed book later. The book avoids technical and academic higher concepts so that the reader can simply read it as one would a novel. Two major current problem areas are shown - homosexuality and jihad. Other topics are also mentioned. The aim is to show how a person progresses from indulging in a random sin, though to habitually indulging, to 'breaking the taboo gate'. This is when the sinner's identity is his sin.