Anyways, what book am I recommending? It's an old book written by a German. It's titled "The Antichrist" and it's authored by Friedrich Nietzsche.
For Christians/Religious folks: The book instructs on how to be best prepared for the arrival of the antichrist. lol.
For all Others: Mr Nietzsche, being a philologist and capable of the finest philosophical thought, presents a well researched/refined view on the psychological origins of Christianity. I personally think his perspective is balanced because he is the kind of agnostic dude that was born into a Christian home, lived that life then veered off. My people, to cut a long story short, I loved the way the guy joins dots meeehn.
If you enjoy 19th century English, like I do, you'll love the translation by "Hollingdale" ( I think that's his name) but if, on the other hand, you no get that kine time there's a more accessible version by "Judith Norman." If I got any of those names wrong, abeg ask google.
Remember Aristotle's quote abeg.