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Written On Stone – What We’ve Experienced And Why – The Story of Prevenient Grace is a work of non-fiction focusing on Christian and biblical themes with a view to understanding the true nature of the word of God as laid down at the time of writing, and was penned by author Denver Lee Pigman. Now written in its Second Edition, the book offers no reinterpretation or new angle on the scriptures, but rather explores our perception and understanding of what the word of God should mean according to the historical time period and the situation in which they were originally penned. Through this, the author explores the nature of faith, truth and our relationship with God.
Author Denver Lee Pigman has had a lot of time and opportunity to explore the Bible and the many philosophical concepts surrounding God and the human race’s many experiences with him. Those thoughts and feelings are beautifully and intelligently expressed throughout this relatively short but jam-packed read of deep and important thoughts. The formatting and chapter structure allow Pigman to build on different ideas in stages, enabling even a novice to the Bible to understand the salient and more poignant points which are made as the book’s ideology develops. What results is a really helpful and well thought out look at the nature of truth, sin, confession and everything in between, which in turn is sure to strengthen the relationship of any reader with God. Overall, Written On Stone is an accomplished read for Christians everywhere to further explore their faith.