Books by Fred Kenison
A message for the reader
Fred Kenison has been my spiritual mentor and close friend since 1994. I have learned from him, and I have been honored to edit his books. I wish everyone could sit with Fred and discuss all that he has learned during his studies over the past 60+ years. Since that is not possible, the next best thing is to read what he wrote.
Several things make his books valuable:
1 The intent of each book is not to convince you of one particular point of
view, but to get you to seriously study the scriptures, and to think
things through for yourself.
2 All the books contain detailed exposition of scripture…what they
actually say. There is a careful analysis of the Greek words used, with
close attention to the definite article.
3 Each book is written for the mature, serious student of scripture, not for
4 Fred had a life-changing encounter many years ago, in which the holy
spirit promised to grant him an unusual ability to see new insights in
the meaning of scripture.
5 The new insights in these books are often at odds with traditional,
orthodox church doctrines. You will be challenged to think carefully
about what you believe and why you believe it.
I believe that Fred’s books must be studied carefully and prayerfully. You should not simply reject new thoughts out of hand. Instead, you should set your previous thoughts aside, carefully search the scriptures, and consider what God actually said. God has promised to help all who sincerely search for truth, and I believe he will do just that.
Editor and Publisher
Examines the meaning of salvation, the concept of the trinity, the nature of the holy spirit, the meaning of Christ, and our inheritance in Christ.
Explores several themes begun in Genesis and ended in Revelation, with a special emphasis on the kingdom of God throughout scripture.
An exposition of the first 11 chapters, with new insights into salvation, grace, works, faith and the role of Jews and Gentiles in God’s plan for salvation.
Explores the relationship between the message of the Old Testament and the gospel of the New Testament, emphasizing just exactly what was accomplished by Jesus.
An exhaustive study of the invisible creator God’s progressive revelation about himself to mankind, from Genesis through Revelation.
John's primary thrust was not to provide an historical account of Jesus, but to reveal the father, the invisible creator god. John wrote about Jesus and his life because it revealed the Father; to know Jesus, was to know more of the Father.
Compares the theological position of Paul and James, revealing the critical difference between law/works and grace/faith.
A Life Worth Living: The heart-warming, heart-breaking memoirs of one man's journey through life The memoirs of Fred Kenison, from his beginning days as a feisty, scrappy, country boy, and throughout an adulthood devoted to honoring God.