I'm a nonfiction writer with 30 years' experience writing data-driven documentation.
I am a Christian who was once an atheist. My faith returned in early 2016 due to discovering something I know is impossible about the New Testament - it is a correlative anthology whose authors didn't have a common harmonizing editor or produce their writings within a common frame (project manager, guideline, specification).
I write on a variety of subjects:
Produce works that the reader (both the Christian and non-Christian) trusts are accurate and without hyperbole.
THE GOD WHO WASHES FEET: Assessing Christianity's Credibility (approx 600 pages, $31.99 HC) is the first book to detail an astonishing fact about the New Testament: It is the world's only frameless, unharmonized, correlative anthology.
Somehow, nine authors wrote 27 books containing at least 55 major doctrines and 180 doctrinal concepts that perfectly fit together to create a single cosmology--without using a common editor to harmonize the books, and without writing within a common frame (using the same guidelines, standards, specifications).
THE GOD WHO WASHES FEET demonstrates the New Testament really has a single cosmology when these 55 doctrines are grouped according to whether they refer to the Pre-Mortal Jesus, Human Jesus, Resurrected Jesus, or Glorified Jesus.
The New Testament should not exist. It is impossible for multiple authors to produce deliverables that blend, without using a common harmonizing editor or write within a common frame.
And yet, there it is ...