This book deals with the vitally important issue of salvation, primarily by confronting the common false teachings about baptism. It contrasts God’s plan to save (as is outlined in the Scriptures) with man’s plan to save. The common arguments made against the necessity of water baptism are answered. The reasons why baptism is so vehemently attacked are also addressed.
The Great Conspiracy not only covers the plan of salvation and the common denominational arguments against it, but it does so in a concise way so that it can be easily and quickly read by any reader.
This material can be used by Christians wanting to be prepared for questions that arise as they try to teach their friends and neighbors about the plan of salvation. It can also be used by those seeking to know what God would have them to do in order to be saved.