‘Twelve Gates’ expounds Bible’s true wisdom
Alan Curtiss Stoltz covers Bible mysteries, important issues, what it truly teaches
NIXA, Mo. – According to author Alan Curtiss Stoltz, the Bible, the sacred book that contains the word of God, is much maligned in today’s culture. “Twelve Gates: Twelve Pearls” (published by Xlibris) is Stoltz way of fulfilling the great commission to write about spreading the actual gospel to the people.
“Twelve Gates: Twelve Pearls” was written to help people gain understanding about the Bible. It discusses the sacred texts or scriptures of Christianity and its true message to the people. It also covers some mysteries of the Bible and breaks down some of the parables that Jesus taught.
According to an article in The Huffington Post, Christianity is dying, specifically in America. It is because there are only a few who attends or affiliates with Christian churches. There are also some who preaches the word of God, but do not practice it. This affirms Stoltz’s belief that some of the prophecies of the bible are fulfilled in the present time, where humanity is facing staggering crises of war, disease, pollution, drought and famine. Indeed, Stoltz is convinced that there are over 7 billion people on earth today that need to hear the truth of the gospel.
Stoltz hopes that through his book, the readers will begin to understand the reality of God-Jesus and the Holy Spirit, and heaven or hell. It is also for Christians who seek to have a deeper understanding of the word of God.
“Twelve Gates: Twelve Pearls”
By Alan Curtiss Stoltz
Hardcover | 6x9in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781543410709
Softcover | 6×9 in | 220 pages | ISBN 9781543410693
E-Book | 220 pages | ISBN 9781543410686
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Alan Curtiss Stoltz has worked in the ministry of helps for several years. In doing so, he has traveled with an evangelistic team, experiencing genuine moves of God through the Holy Spirit, assisting in many ways in reaching the unsaved and the less fortunate, and teaching the Word of God to newer Christians. He has served mostly in full Gospel churches as a life group leader and altar host and teaching the word of God. He has experienced and witnessed miracles of healing, and his greatest desire is to see revival throughout the world.
He wants to represent the people – the people of the pews, the churchgoers who want a true relationship with Jesus Christ and who are hungry for the truth of the word. Stoltz resides in Missouri with his wife of 31 years, who has practiced nursing. They have one son. Stoltz enjoys music, playing tennis, and reading and studying the Bible.