The truth is how things are made known. Truth is the witness of all honesty. Truth is the undefiled words which bring forth understanding. Truth knows without doubts. Truth is not always what we would like it to be, for truth is the revelation of what is real or exact. Truth has no sin; therefore, truth is always perfectly correct. Admitting to what the truth is (no matter what comes from that truth) will set you free from bearing false witness or information.In a thought-provoking blend of biblical study and allegorical storytelling, Joseph Garrett invites readers to join him in the search for truth and meaning. He does not shy away from even the most challenging questions. Are there really any absolute truths? Why are we here? What is our destiny? Garrett examines Scripture in an effort to uncover answers to the questions that we all ask. In a fascinating parable, he examines the issues of sin and salvation and heaven and hell. His detailed analysis of Revelation is both approachable and provocative. In a world where truth seems increasingly hard to pinpoint, Garrett succeeds in taking a firm stand. Readers will be encouraged to ask hard questions and to discover for themselves The Lost Truths About Our Lives.
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