The Berean Searchlight - January 2006 Issue - page 21:
Öan enjoyable, logically organized, approach to seeing Godís dealings with mankind down through the ages.
Harold L. Collins, Pastor
I find this treatise to be an example of a deep and sincere desire to share a valuable and precious message especially with all who need to hear and understand Godís plan for the Ages. Fred initially wanted to share this message with his family and now is extending it to an expanded audience. This work is very understandable and shows a depth of comprehension and prayerful interpretation of Godís Word. A reading of this material is valuable to the Bible student. Note the Preface regarding Fred's and Janís own journey through life.
Raymond W. Adams, Layman
Trying to understand the Scriptures is like trying to put together a puzzle with the pieces face down unless they are "rightly divided." Fred helps form the pieces so they all fit together properly and we can see the whole picture clearly.
Dr. Neal R. Benham, Dentist
What I like about Fred's book is that his unique ideas and insights can have an immediate impact on making Bible study more understandable and enjoyable. Everyone who has puzzled over apparent contradictions in Scripture can reap immediate benefits from Fred's clear delineations between "the gospel of the kingdom" and "the gospel of the grace of God."
David B. Westrate, President Ė T & O Foundation
As a person who has been interested in a path to follow Godís Word, I feel that Fredís explanation of the mystery, as revealed through the Apostle Paul, can help even a novice in the faith to understand Godís Plan.
Dr. Richard H. Schwartz, Dentist
Simplified, Understandable, Affordable. Fred is one of the first (maybe the first) to publish a work that approaches Biblical Prophecy with a view that recognizes the distinctive ministry and message of the Apostle Paul. By doing this he removes most of the confusion that has been a result of mixing the Earthly Program committed to the Twelve Apostles with the Heavenly Program committed to the Apostle Paul. This whole simplified concept is brought out in the book's Part 2 where confusion in the church is chronicled and explained in such a way that, if understood, the whole maze of End Times scenarios becomes clear. Now, logically, the proper understanding of Scripture is Satan's worst nightmare, so don't expect to just sail through this book and arrive at a fog-free landing. This is an important book in that it tells the truth from Scripture and can serve as a reference guide as one (believer or skeptic alike) endeavors to discover just what God has really said about End Times. Place a copy in your library, share it with others and you will be eternally grateful.