In a world of so much misinformation and untruth, understanding the nature of truth and its crucial place in our lives is totally relevant and necessary to today’s society.
BRAMPTON, Ontario (PRWEB) January 09, 2015
Coates begins with an examination of truth and its value to life, as well as its consequences, its results and its meaning. Taking a biblical stance on the rewards of practicing truthfulness, Coates’ book clearly defines God’s expectations of man as well as what God’s original plan for mankind was at the time of creation.
“What would we do without truth?” Coates asks. “What would we be? How could we co-relate? How could we move forward with trust and peace of heart? In a world of so much misinformation and untruth, understanding the nature of truth and its crucial place in our lives is totally relevant and necessary to today’s society.”
An excerpt from “Truth and its Yield”:
“Imagine if we could trust no one to tell us the truth. Imagine if we deliberately tried to deceive others in our advice to them. Imagine if we couldn’t rely on our parents to try to guide us in growing as human beings. (…) Imagine if nothing at all could be believed from those we meet who might be a possible spouse in life. It’s a nightmare scenario isn’t it, even an image of hell?”
“Truth and its Yield”
By Dennis E. Coates
Softcover | 5 x 8 in | 164 pages | ISBN 9781490859705
E-Book | 164 pages | ISBN 9781490859712
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Dennis E. Coates was educated in both Catholic and public schools. He was a senior corporate manager and has been a long-time leader in the Catholic Cursillo Movement. After retirement, he began writing spiritual books, fulfilling a lifelong desire. He is married with two daughters and four grandsons. “Truth and its Yield” is Coates’ fourth published book.
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