was officially released on 10/22/13 and, although my publisher has gone out of business drying up distribution channels, I still have copies, and books are still available from: Amazon.com; e Bay; Abe
How often have you tried to witness to someone only to be rebuffed by an inappropriate view of science as having disproved the Bible? "If I have told you 'earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you of heavenly things? Indeed, there are some Biblical teachings and doctrines which seem to conflict with majority scientific thought. the evolutionary development of complexity; young Earth vs. Both evolution and creation rely on "unobserved" events—non-repeatable singularities.
*** Whether or not you agree with my dad and his findings, I think he is a good example of one who seeks for truth with real intent.
Rather than falling away from the gospel when he had questions, he used his questions as a stepping stone which propelled him to find answers that strengthened his faith.
Sometimes Biblical history lined up with secular history, and sometimes it didn’t.
This bothered my father very much, as it challenged his testimony because he takes the scriptures generally quite literally.