The organization of the universe calls for prudence rather than recklessness. This is so obvious that many people are wondering whether they should go with science or religion on this issue. They practically ask: Does Satan exist? Does God exist? Where does evil come from? What is the right or the best religion? Must Christians obey all man-made laws? Can God be seen? What is Jesus? Is there a difference between God and Jesus? Where does the world come from? What is the Holy Spirit? What is the Trinity? Is there eternal life? Is Hell real? Is Paradise true? Can Satan enter churches? For many, these interrogations can only give rise to controversial debates. However, the author, in The Path of Faith: A Must for Disciple-Making, has found a technique to shed light on all of them. His unambiguous way of answering each of these questions makes this book unique and interesting. Never more will people be bewildered about their faith ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jean Wilbert Luma is proficient in a variety of disciplines. He holds a diploma as a computer application specialist from Davenport University in Michigan, a certificate as a correctional officer from Lansing Community College in Michigan, a bachelor s degree in criminal justice from Liberty University in Virginia, and a master s degree in theological studies from Liberty Baptist Seminary in Virginia. He is pursuing a doctorate degree in education at Concordia University in Oregon. He is the president of Allegiance Christian Mission and the founder of Allegiance Christian Church. "