Most of the world looks at things very pragmatically while the author looks through the lens of logic to find understanding. Bennett has taken the time to examine and explain the beliefs and concepts of many Christian Families on a range of topics. The differences in belief among Christians is not a sign of weakness but rather one of strength. It shows that Christians aren’t willing to accept man-made theology they deem unjust; instead, they are always striving to bring themselves closer to Christ through knowledge.
Knowledge is key to finding Joy, pure Joy that comes from laying aside everything and following Christ. Christians have a life that only comes with knowing Christ and the faith to believe. A life that many strive for but most don’t find. That life, and the one offering that life, is found in many of the Protestant Churches I visited, as in, Baptist, Methodist, Assemblies of God and many others including many independent churches as well as the Seventh-day Adventist, whom some seem to think is a cult. As an author I can unequivocally say this book contains a wealth of knowledge presented in a way that enriches lives.