|The current books can all be found on the author's Amazon page.|
Click the link on the Amazon page "to follow" for future publications.
Lulu books by Gregory Jackson, to be moved to Amazon, can be found here.
This printer and seller of books, including the Valleskey/Bivens book, said, "I have to feed my family. I cannot publish your book." He then repeatedly refused to give me back the photos for Angel Joy, even though he was the one who solicited me for books he could publish and sell.
The only public reference Valleskey made to me was in his icky Church Growth promotional article in the Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly. He argued that one could harvest figs from thistles, that Fuller dogma was like rich gold, silver, and jewels - good for the stealing. There he was suspiciously flattering, as the Apostle warned in
For they that are such serve not our Lord Jesus Christ, but their own belly; and by good words and fair speeches deceive the hearts of the simple.
By the way, I challenged Valleskey's awful WLQ essay when he gave it, sought to talk to him about his study at Fuller Seminary - which he denied and later confirmed. I also sat next to Valleskey at supper, but another CG fanatic, now an avowed atheist, made sure I could not say anything.
I also talked to John (Sparky) Brenner about the false claims of the article. He said, "Write a letter." I said, rather heatedly, "Does the faculty support these falsehoods? Are there any editorial standards?" Brenner's wife looked at me like, "How dare you speak to my professor husband!"
In spite of the obstacles created by the WELS Church Growthers, the book came out eventually and sold like beer at a WELS convention.
Here is the Table of Contents -
| Herman Otten's secret agent, Paul McCain,|
reviewed Liberalism favorably in Christian News,
but some might want to purchase it anyway.