Christians should spiritually mature, but many donamp;rsquo;t last long enough for their growth to begin in earnest. Negative things often frustrate their progress. John Myer maintains that if new faith is to overcome such hurdles and healthily develop, it must first rest upon something indestructibleamp;mdash;the fundamental truth of scripture. Solid sets off on a guided tour of basic salvation, avoiding the traditional workbook-textbook approach of new beginnersamp;rsquo; materials. Instead, it uses a blend of scripture, true stories, examples, and anecdotes. lt;br gt;lt;br gt;Seasoned Christians will find this book an illuminating refresher course. New believers will find it helpful in laying a foundation concerning the uniqueness of the Savior and what salvation means, how to get it, the assurance of having it, and the guarantee of keeping it forever.