There is a familiar phrase... "Things are not always what they seem." As I grew older I began to notice that it should have read, "Things are not always what they have been taught to be." Throughout our lives we are often faced with small philosophical adjustments. We humbly change beliefs that we once so confidently held into newer, more accurate versions. But sometimes, like a violent burst of thunder, we are suddenly forced to rethink some of the very foundational beliefs we inherited from those we love and trust the most. There is a time for a hundred small steps, and a time for a dozen large steps. Then there are bold and daring paradigm shifts. This book is for those whose radical theological shifts are now moving them from some of the more traditional teachings to some of today's more progressive concepts, and observations. The old information is NOT all the information. Every generation has proven this. Ours will be no exception. If the band you're in is starting to play different tunes, then this could be the book in which you say, "Oh Dorothy, there's no coming back from this."