For two thousand years, scholars and theologians have interpreted the Bible to suit their own ideological perspective, while the Bible categorically states in 2 Peter 1:20 that it is not for any private interpretation. In fact, it is just the opposite. The Word of God is a discerner of all things and is the absolute and final answer to every question (Hebr 4:14).
The Bible is unequivocally and without any doubt whatsoever, the Word of God. In fact it is God and to change any part of it, through interpretation or discernment, would be to change the image of God.
The viewpoints made by the author in this book are not based on any interpretation. For this reason, anyone (including scholars and theologians), would have a difficult time arguing any of the viewpoints in this book.
To those that believe in the true and living God, this book will be a confirmation how deception has entered into the world, while to the unbelievers, it will be merely a stumbling block — as will be all of the Scriptures (1 Cor 1:23; 1 Peter 2:7-8).
On the back cover of the book, there are a number of questions the book will answer. Another commonly asked question is "What church do the believers in God belong to?" The answer to that question is that the true church is not of this world (John 7:7; Rom 12:2; Gal 4:4; Eph 2:2; 1 John 2:15,4:5).
The Bible teaches that there are two spirits at work in a person's life and in this world. It further teaches that a person is separated from God and for this very reason every person has to repent and change from darkness to light and from the power of Satan unto God, if they wish to live in union with God (Acts 26:16-18).
The wisdom in this book is not of this world (1 Cor 2:4-8). It takes a step-by-step approach and shows the reader how this whole world has been deceived. It further shows what has gone wrong with creation and what God's plan is for His everlasting Kingdom.
It explains (as does the Bible), that God's Spirit is greater than he that is in the world (1 John 4:4-6). It further explains that through repentance (changing of spirits) every person can overcome the spirit of this world (1 John 5:4).
A World Deceived is not like any other book and many may find it even rather controversial. It may also confound the many people that have an opportunity to study it (1 Cor 1:27, 1 Peter 2:6).
However, the main purpose of this book is to give readers a better understanding of past and current world events and to assist people in their search for the Kingdom of God.