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The Naked Truth: Revealing Things We Hide Behind: The Naked Truth: Revealing Things We Hide Behind Paperback – September 29, 2013
About the Author
Tony Robinson has been quoted by nationally recognized media outlets, such as USA Today, and was featured on the Trinity Broadcasting Network. He was also the co-host of a television series. Tony Robinson has lived from New York to Hawaii and a couple dozen places in between. He and his wife, along with their eight children, currently reside near Birmingham, Alabama. Tony Robinson speaks to churches by request on Creation Science, God's criminal justice system, and absolute morality such as the sanctity of human life. Tony is a graduate of a military academy and last served as an Army officer. Robinson has degrees in Pastoral Theology and Church Ministries with a concentration in educational ministries. He also has graduate work in geology and taught high school Earth Science. Tony has additional undergraduate studies in the field of Electronic Engineering Technology. He holds certification in SCUBA, SCBA, and aircraft piloting. He has held memberships in several professional organizations, including ASIS International (American Society of Industrial Security), the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators, the National Association of Technical Investigators, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and the Federal Law Enforcement Officer's Association. He is also a certified First Aid/CPR/AED instructor.
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This book taught me answers for questions related to personal appearance that I did not know that I should have been asking, though I have heard many sermons and read a lot of books, commentaries, and web blogs on Christian standards. But this book is not merely another book about clothing standards: it goes to the core of who we are and how we express ourselves as living epistles.
There are some things "The Naked Truth: Revealing Things We Hide Behind" is not. It is not shallow: it covers our visual significance from the womb to the grave to eternity. It is also not unimportant: if you think this is a topic not deserving of your time, then you really need to read this book to find out the naked truth. It is not irrelevant: it pulls from multiple disciplines and reveals things our churches should have been teaching which could have prevented such current events as men trying to use the women's restrooms. It is not lame and it is not fluff - Tony Robinson's observations are backed by Scripture, scientific studies, history, archaeology, and well laid arguments - some of which I had never heard anything close to. It is not predictable, so don't even bother skipping ahead in the book: you need to read it sequentially because it builds upon itself. It doesn't just talk: the last chapter contains a series of questions like that of a textbook to make you the speaker.
The reason why I read it? I saw a woman who read The Naked Truth suddenly transform herself and in turn transform her family. I thought I would read the book myself and rip it to shreds. Instead, it ripped me, humbled me, and made me realize I had been preaching from a faulty worldview for so many years. I hope you will take the time to read this book with an open mind.
From defending the beauty and glory of gender roles, which indicates the call of God beginning at the union of sperm and egg, to death and burial in hopes of a bodily resurrection, the reader will be fully equipped to know and understand the will of God regarding attire.
For wives and mothers, the chapter on Eve’s Revenge is exciting in the extreme!
The final chapter frames questions based on an overview of the book to be pondered, making it an excellent resource for a Sunday School class or Family Bible Study.