The three captivating parts included in this epic novel, “But You” are The Journal, To the Beginning, And Beyond, and they are uniquely connected. Each section could be a start-to-finish tale on its own, but are in fact deliberately tied together, and are written for the same intent so as to tell one overall story. The first part, for me, was a storyteller's dream. “The Journal,” is an intriguing tale of the involvement of people just like us in a church setting, with a mystery that needs to be discovered. A pastor of a local church hands over his handwritten pages just days before he dies for our mystery buster to unravel. The second section will take you back “To the Beginning,” on a journey to the 1st century church where Saul of Tarsus is dead set on destroying all of the rebellious followers of Jesus. This part is written with an innovative, novel take on the life of Saul/Paul and his involvement with that early church. Although the story is based completely on Biblical facts, you will get to read, not just about Paul and his involvements, but actually get to walk with him as he interacts with both the Christians and the Sanhedrin. It's a very interesting way of viewing our Pharisee of Pharisees. Then the third door “And Beyond” that is opened for you will continue your journey, but this time back from the 1st century church to the 21st century church. This section will bring home to you a multitude of relevant real-life issues that all of us deal with and put them in perspective in relationship to your personal walk with the Maker of the rain. You will be led to take a long look at that one person you think you know so well. That being the one who is staring back at you from the other side of your bathroom mirror. The words that Paul wrote to Timothy, but you, O man of God, are more crucial for all of us to put into action now than in many, maybe even most, eras in known history.