2 Peter 1:20
Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation
for that which had not been told them shall they see; and that which they had not heard shall they consider.
Thomas Channing’s The Key of SEE
One Sunday morning, a preacher is walking to his church when he comes across a young boy in a tree. The two begin a dialogue written in the style of the famous philosophical dialogues of Socrates, in this case regarding Christianity. As the boy shares his views on the word of God and religion as a whole, others gather to listen to him. Much like Jesus, the people enjoy his ideas while the preacher and other teachers of religion who wander by, feel threatened.
Using biblical quotes and a unique format, Thomas Channing presents important and undoubtedly controversial ideas in Key of SEE. Those who read this book may find themselves perplexed or comforted, but either way, the book will indeed cause a reaction in the heart of the reader as it shares the truth of the Bible.Read the Reviews → Read the Blog Posts → [The Key of SEE’s back cover]