It is a rare occasion when an unfinished manuscript literally cries out to be published. Forbidden Knowledge, however, was one of those unusual
manuscripts. In fact, it went to the top of the list of projects because of the urgency I felt for its message. Let me explain my reasons.
For many years, I had the concept that prophecy was something only "weirdos" studied and talked about. I distanced myself from anyone who discussed prophecy. Prophetic literature I came across seemed
speculative and the speakers just added to the confusion.
Then I heard Chuck Missler, a radio Bible teacher. I listened as he
revealed Scripture to me like no one ever had before. Soon, I realized that I had never heard these background details of Scripture. He showed
that a very large part of the Bible is prophetic in nature. I came to see that the Bible could not be studied in its entirety without studying prophecy.
These in-depth insights began to make the Bible more clear to me. I gained a new desire to read God's Word. This interest in God's Word
changed me from a man who tried to live in a Christian manner to a man who had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
That is why the manuscript was so important to me. The detailed background information presented in this book opens up the Scriptures in a special way. I
pray that the Holy Spirit will lead you to truth and understanding.