Foreword; Introduction: Mr Eternity; 1. Suffer the little children; 2. Sins of the fathers; 3. The road to perdition; 4. And lead us not into temptation; 5. He that doeth; 6. The lot is cast into the lap; 7. The furnace of affliction; 8. Lost in the wilderness; 9. From darkness to light; 10. Echoes of Eternity; 11. Rivers in the desert; 12. More precious than rubies; 13. Growing in faith; 14. As iron sharpens iron; 15. Knock and it shall be opened; 16. Fruits of the Spirit; 17. The valley of the shadow of death; 18. At home with the Lord; 19. If what has been built survives; 20. What do these stones mean?; Epilogue: Reflections on eternity; Notes; Sources; About the authors.
Roy Williams won the Sydney University Medal in law in 1986 and spent 20 years in the legal profession before turning his hand to writing. His first and best-known book, 'God, Actually' (2008), was a defence of Christianity for the educated layperson. A bestseller in Australia on release, it has since been published in Britain and North America. Roy's next two books - 'In God They Trust?' (2013) and 'Post-God Nation?' (2015) - focused on Australian history and society, and have been widely praised by believers and agnostics alike. Mr Eternity is his first full-length biography. Elizabeth Meyers' father, Lisle Thompson, was the minister of Burton Street Baptist Tabernacle in Darlinghurst from 1951 to 1964 and also a dear friend and mentor of Arthur Stace. Elizabeth worked as a teacher for 26 years after attending Sydney Unversity and qualifying in early childhood/special education. She and her husband Lionel have two daughters and four grandchildren. Elizabeth has written this biography of Arthur Stace with Roy Williams to fulfil a promise to her mother, May, as Lisle Thompson received permission from Arthur to write his life story `only after his death.'