This is one of the most important books written on the subject of God's righteousness. This is a 21st century book. It's an easy to read book for the layman. It's an excellent study guide for the serious Bible student and scholar. It's an compelling book filled with fresh revelation that edifies the soul. This book is a wakeup call to those people that think because they are a "good person" and yet have no relationship with God, but think they are in upright standing with God because of their "good person" perception of themselves. Here's the message. God is not looking for good people. He's never looked for good people. He looks for righteous people! Hell Is Full Of Good People! But the righteous man finds his way home to God. I love the fresh definition of righteousness that this book gives. It points out that righteousness is: "God's claim of authority upon our lives through Jesus Christ and we submitting our wills to him." This the kind of plain bottom line truth we need to know in America. This book confronts the scholar and the street philosopher alike. This book is a fresh wind blowing to reach men's soul without being offensive yet confrontational enough to stop and make you think about your relationship the Creator of life. This book surprises you on every page with something to think about. It's an excellent book. I give it five stars!