This is the final book in the three book "Fellowship" series and contains a comprehensive glossary that covers the subject material in all three, which is a great help to pastors, Bible study teachers or group leaders, as well as the individual reader, to find related texts and their explanation. A unique feature of these books is that each chapter is independent of the others so study can be selected at random to grow in understanding of God's word according to the need of the class or reader. One reason for texts next to the subjects being studied is to emphasize that all insights explained are not just an opinion but can be confirmed by a biblical search into the deeper truths of God's revelation to us with the Holy Spirit as our guide (1 Cor. 2:1-13). Read the comments in the foreword list. William H. Mulder The author from his earliest childhood memory believed in Jesus and took a public stand for Christ in his late teens. The urge to write was there in early youth and resulted in a published nature story at age thirteen. Many poems followed but writing slowed while raising and providing a good home and a Christian education for seven children. But when Israel became a nation again in 1948, in response to questions asked by others, he wrote in essay form Bible based answers about many things. These typed handouts, some fifty years old, but now updated to be relevant for today, provide the basis for all the Fellowship series. As a former deacon, elder and as a trained evangelist he challenges everyone to build their Christian faith on biblical truth. These books help you find them.