I absolutely love this little book because it is exhaustive and concise at the same time. I'm taking my time with it as I'm reading a number of books at the same time. But, the time I spend within its' pages are priceless.
We gave the men of our congregation this item as father's day gifts and it was well accepted it is a great tool to assist with understanding the authors of the books of the bible and exactly what they are saying to the readers.
I threw it away because the doctrine was presented in a way I could not accept. The book quoted Genesis as a support for the trinity as three personages with one spirit, when the Greek translation is actually three personages that are one in purpose. The idea of one spirit was an arbitrary position from the Council dictated by a human about 360 AD. If the wording had been less biased, saying Godhead instead of God and Christ as one spirit, I would like to have read the rest of the book. I felt the logic was rationalized to fit the teachings of man, not God.