Coming Spring of 2022!

A definitive work on God’s love.

NON-FICTION. Signed by the author! Available hardbound (with dust jacket) or in paperback. (eBook available at other online stores)

Between Justice & Mercy

with Related Essays

NON-FICTION. Signed by the author! Available hardbound (with dust jacket) or in paperback. (eBook available at other online stores)

The Last Passover TIMELINE BOOKMARK

The timeline summarizes each day’s events for the week of the Last Passover.

Available exclusively here!

Since Laura’s death, my relationship with the Lord has increased ever so much. It was as if the Lord revealed all the “whys” of the faith which pillared my life.

My books strive to lift existing believers up. For those who don’t know God, they will challenge every reason that walls you off from him.

There is a large pool of more than 50 questions from which the quiz below is randomly drawn. The questions and their topics are all covered in Between Justice and Mercy and Related Essays.


1. God is which of these?

Question 1 of 10

2. The Law of Human Nature, the moral law, in man is unique among all earthly creatures.

Question 2 of 10

3. God loves us, but he does not need us. He wants to be with us. Nothing is required to receive his love other than to reach out a hand of acceptance. To fully understand how God’s love works, we need look no further than ancient Jewish wedding ritual and the love of a bridegroom for his bride.

Question 3 of 10

4. God made a mistake when he created men and angels.

Question 4 of 10

5. The bride-price at the Last Supper preceded the chuppah wine.

Question 5 of 10

6. Which one (or more) of the following is true?

Question 6 of 10

7. The Last Supper was a Passover meal.

Question 7 of 10

8. In the choice between God and heaven or hell, we will all get what we want.

Question 8 of 10

9.

Agape, storge, philia, and eros are described in C. S. Lewis's The Four Loves.

Which of these are selfless, giving itself fully, and requiring nothing in return

Question 9 of 10

10. Both Judas Iscariot and Hitler could have been forgiven respectively for Jesus's betrayal and the mass murder of six million Jews.

Question 10 of 10