Hinduism is one of the most widely believed religions in the world, yet many Hindu people do not really understand their own religion and have never applied truth tests to it.
In this book, Lewis Meyer describes Hinduism in an easy-to-understand way. He explains the origin of Hindu belief and how is has changed in 3000 years. The reader is invited to think logically through their faith and to reconsider the original belief in one God
in the oldest Veda. Then he explores the predictions of blood sacrifice in the ancient Hindu scriptures, how they have been fulfilled in history, and what that may mean for genuine truth-seekers.