About The Book
Chapter six discusses the nature and characteristics of God. Any statement, purported scripture, or theological claim which contradicts God's nature cannot be true. If a person agrees with the Bible statement that God is unchangeable, but has a belief system based on the supposition that at some point in time God changed, that belief system must be questioned. If a person agrees that God is omniscient (all knowing) and wants every person to be saved, but does nothing to inform places in the world about the saving work of Jesus until they are discovered by European explorers fifteen or sixteen centuries later, that person must either change their beliefs about God or rethink what constitutes scripture. Chapter seven identifies seven characteristics of scripture and suggests that writings other than those included in the Bible need to be considered in the realm of scripture. Chapter eight details archaeological discoveries the author expects to be made in the near future. The content of this additional "Truth from the Earth" will sweep the earth as with a flood, causing an explosion in the knowledge and belief about Jesus. His return in glory will follow shortly thereafter. Chapter nine is a reiteration of God's grace and the plan of salvation. The appendix "This Is True" is the author's personal testimony of his encounter with the "still small voice" when he was reading scripture to his younger brothers as a teenager.