This book consists of four chapters: God and Christ in the Old Testament, God and Christ in the New Testament, Man and Salvation in the Old Testament, and Man and Salvation in the New Testament. The 100 verses in the Bible are spread over these chapters. Many other verses are referenced. Expositions of the Scriptures are included in the discussions and these expositions have the effect of demonstrating Mormon hermeneutical incompetence. Such incompetence is not due to lack of intelligence but to the Mormon duty to align Bible teaching with their prophet Joseph. It is quite an impossible task.