Lester Hutson was saved at 13 and committed his life to the gospel ministry. He served in the pastorate for 53 years; 33 years as senior pastor of Berean Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. He is now a national field representative for the Christian Law Association. He received his seminary training and doctorate from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia and is committed to biblical inerrancy and the final authority of the Scriptures on all issues. Great Bible Truths Revisited is a collection of 50 essays dealing with difficult and misunderstood Bible passages and issues. The central theme is salvation exclusively by grace apart from works; however, there are many other themes: divine revelation, baptism, eternal security, the unpardonable sin, the sin unto death, the Holy Spirit, the church and its government, the death penalty, abortion, sex, the issue of free will and many more. The book is written in complete annotated outline form and is ideally suited for teaching and preaching. It's simple, straightforward language makes it easy for the man in the pew to read and better understanding the key truths of the Bible. This is a book that people will keep for many years as a reference manual.