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In Holiness, Righteousness, and the New Covenant, Homer Kizer deconstructs Christianity to show that its foundational constructs require each believer to do what he or she knows is right whenever a decision is made. This apologetic transcends denominational doctrines and traditional readings of prophecy. In it Kizer challenges orthodoxy by asserting the necessity for Christian disciples to produce works consistent with the disciples knowledge, with disciples continuing to grow in grace and knowledge while enduring to the end. Kizer also produces the first inspired reading of the prophecies of Daniel since humanity has entered that historic period known as the time of the end.