"Discovering True Reality" begins with these provocative statements. There is a true reality. Humankind has created its own false reality. Most Christians live in a mixture of the two realities. Only by living in true reality will Christians escape this double-mindedness. Most people live in a make-believe world. What comprises true reality? Author Randy Haydon recounts Plato's Allegory of the Cave as he answers this question. Men who have always lived only in a cave see the shadows of people outside the cave on their own walls and believe the shadows are the people. Their presuppositions are false, and lead to false definitions of reality. Similarly, one's presuppositions are foundational to one's definition of reality. Haydon examines tenets of both the false view and the Christian view of reality. He clarifies key concepts such as "born again" and "sanctification" and provides straightforward how-tos about the roles of men, women, and children in God's reality. Underscored by Scripture, the author's conclusion is clear: For the serious Christian, there is no other choice but God's reality. As you read "Discovering True Reality," be forewarned: It will challenge your presuppositions.