The book series Concise Studies in the Scriptures by Raymond C. Faircloth. These books are available from Amazon:


God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit- It’s No Mystery! (second edition significantly re-formatted for better readability). This book deals with the main subject of Christianity, namely: who is God? Did Jesus literally pre-exist? Is the holy spirit a third person in an essence that makes up the God-head of a trinity? The biblical answers are shown to be that God is ONE person and that Jesus only pre-existed in God’s mind, but not literally.


How God Works in Human Affairs. This book answers such questions as: Is God really a total controller of all we think, say, and do? It also deals with the subjects of: God’s foreknowledge, Christian salvation, universal salvation, and the ‘once saved always saved’ teaching.


Delusions and Truths Concerning the Future Life. This book answers the questions: Do people really go to heaven or hell after death? Does the Bible really teach that humans have an immortal soul? The book shows that the real future for faithful Christians is the Kingdom of God on a renewed earth.


Don’t Misjudge Who Your Real Enemies Are!  This discussion on the reality of a supernatural personal Satan and real demons shows that the so-called Age of Enlightenment led Christian thinkers away from the truths concerning our most powerful enemies.


Tongues Will Cease…But When?  This book examines the modern-day phenomenon of ‘speaking in tongues’ and compares it with the biblical record. The book also gives the biblical answer to the question on the timing for the ending of the miraculous phenomenon.


When Marriage Goes Wrong…Biblical Answers on Divorce and Remarriage. Many Christians consider that they already know the answers on this subject. However, in reading one Gospel one would conclude that Jesus allowed for no divorce. In reading another Gospel one’s conclusion would contradict that because Jesus allowed for divorce if one of the partners committed adultery. In reading Paul’s words on the subject there would appear to be a further inconsistency. The answer to all this confusion is to examine the entire biblical record, the meaning of terms used, and the known background of the times. This book helps one to get a clearer picture of God’s view of this subject.


The Kingdom of God Version-The New Testament (2016 edition). This is a literal-idiomatic version, but without the jargon of many other literal versions. The significant notes at the back provide the reasons for the various word and phrase choices along with explanatory and interpretive comments which make clear that God is one person and not a triadic trinity as well as giving clarity on many other Bible teachings.