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Seeing the Power of God: The Faith Chronicles, Book 6

God’s Word is a fiery, exploding, all-pervading, and living message that should cause us all to fall down to the ground and tremble…yet that is rarely the experience for so many dispirited people of God!

After writing Genesis and Hallelujah, I became one of those people who ask: Can anyone be a Christian and not believe in the Bible? Is it wrong to question any of the scriptures in the Bible?

Some people believe questioning the Bible, the direction God is going, or even God himself, is blasphemy. Some think it’s a sign of disbelief.

Daniel Thornton is one such man. He believes his son, Rusty Thornton, is lost without God and takes him to a faraway place in the early 1950s near Spicewood, Texas, where he would never come in contact with people. He has an old King James Version of the Bible and began to try and cure his son’s affliction of skepticism.

Rusty Thornton remembered nothing before his 18th birthday. The first book he read after learning to read and write was on Hinduism. His father didn’t know how such a book ended up in his library. He took it and hid it from his son, but not until he had read it from cover to cover. Was it too late for his son? Did what he learned about Vishnu and Krishna absorb his entire thought process where he never recognized Jesus Christ as the one and only son of God? Who’s right, Daniel Thornton or his son?

Rusty questioned his ability to communicate with animals. Was it a God-given talent? Why can’t he remember anything in his life before his 18th birthday? Who is his cousin, Carolyn Thornton, who comes strangely into his life on his 21st birthday? Who is the stranger, Billy Joe Briscoe, who is hired to become Rusty’s companion and teach him about Jesus Christ and the Bible?

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