The greatest power is to ask questions. Answers inevitably bring more questions, but true questions allow the reader to decide. If the reader is allowed to decide, then the process of the author writing the book is accomplished. The author possesses some questions that have led themselves to strange answers. These answers begin to question what we mean by using the word “faith.” A person can have faith in what has been handed down over the centuries or confront what modern sources have come to light. It could be seen as the original battle with Galileo and the church, or you can see it as holding to your faith in God. You must decide. I can only present the questions. It covers who God is, how to use the Bible, and where was Jesus between the ages twelve and twenty-nine years old. It speaks of a new form of prayer called affirmative prayer and challenges our understanding of prayer. You will be challenged, if not changed, by this book. It deals with Tough Love for Christians.
Who am I? What are the consequences of my actions? I have been raising questions about faith and what is sacred for a long time. I do not know the answers but have a startling look at the consequences. I was born in Wisconsin, traveled in the surrounding states, and attended seminary at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary on the Northwestern University Campus. I failed at my attempts at ministry in the local church and began a life of wandering. Now I am putting to use my education in a book.