What is wonderful about the internet…
is that an author can write a book and then keep his reader’s updated on changes he would like to make. One of the biggest drawbacks in the past was that once a book was written, that was it. There was no going back. But with cyberspace, the whole world of authorship is changing. This is especially so with such a crucial topic as ours. Accuracy is critical. This is very important to me, as writing a book on the judgment of God is the most serious of all subjects. The Apostle James wrote, “Let not many of you become teachers, knowing that we shall receive a stricter judgment (James 3:1).” Not only is it critical to me because of James’ warning, but for the integrity and authority of my writing. My desire and purpose in living is to faithfully deliver the GOOD NEWS of the grace of God in order to transform lives (bringing comfort, peace, and joy) and ultimately the world. (See Acts 20:24).
UPDATE May 09, 2011: FAQ 14 – Better Had Judas Not Been Born CLICK HERE
UPDATE May 31, 2012 FAQ’s 10 – What about John 3:16-18; 3:36; 5:24; 5:29; 15:1-2, 15:6? New information added re. Jn 3:17-18 CLICK HERE
UPDATE June 1, 2012 FAQ’s 5 – What does “the world ‘might’ be saved” mean in John 3:17? Significant information added CLICK HERE