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BATTLE for TRUTH : Resisting the Future One World Government

Why this novel was written

There is no comparison between ‘Centracism’ and God-fearing democracy for the welfare of society and the nation, according to the author of this new Australian novel, change adviser and broadcaster, Thomas Lovett. Centras are the elites of science, academia and public service, he said.

“I wanted to investigate ‘Centracism’ in our society today and why some of our leaders believe that Centras have the best answers. This is in spite of the fact that all Centra-led regimes in the past became authoritarian and dictatorial, centralizing power and wealth in the hands of the few. God-fearing Democracy arose to counter that devastating trend.

“Having convincing leaders with access to much information but lacking spiritual wisdom and discernment, ultimately Centrist regimes collapse in chaos causing millions great suffering and death; Egypt, Greece, Rome and ‘isms’ such as, Feudalism, Fascism, Nazism, Communism and even now, Darwinism and Globalism from which ‘Centracism’ is sprung.

“I wondered what life will become when the world is controlled by leaders who are highly educated but devoid of the wisdom of true spirituality – the belief that there is a Creator we must answer to. Surely the Creator will intervene. Then what if events reported in the Bible were to happen again? What will happen to the people God speaks to, who see visions, experience miracles, meet angels, become prophets, and what will happen to their enemies and to ordinary people?”

That is the starting point for the novel, Battle for Truth Resisting the Future One World Government, which describes the calamities for the world and human life and destiny when Darwin’s theories sweep aside mankind’s true spirituality.

When a few good people listen to the protector’s voice they reject Darwinism and its scion, ‘Centracism’, and are hunted by World Government security police; the Creator intervenes. Will it be the end this time or a new beginning?

This futuristic adventure and romance story is for young – and not so young – adults and teens. It demonstrates the power of the Creator’s voice working in and through ordinary committed unbelievers in ‘Centracism’.

“There is a reason why some ideologies collapse like Nazism and Communism, while others are generally self-renewing; when things get bad enough the people listen to prophetic voices that are raised up by the Creator and correction occurs”, the author said.

The publisher, 12 November 2018,  LMsolutions@iinet.net.au

ABOUT the novel BATTLE for TRUTH 

  • Each chapter is a spiritual adventure through life’s triumphs and temptations, where the characters are learning how to cope with the evil all around them and experiencing new joys.
  • Dark spiritual forces control the World Government.
  • Sylvan knows he is supposed to help weed out the Undites, an underground group that is hunted by World Security Police.
  • But when he discovers that Carol, a girl in his class, is an Undite, he believes what she says and becomes a fugitive himself.
  • When Undite Dr Bernard Singe, dean of Logos Science Academy uncovers a World Government plot to implant all children with mind control devices, the Undites must do everything they can to put a stop to it.
  • Only the Protector’s Guardians from another dimension can help them overcome the evil all around them and begin the new awakening.
  • This is the fully revised edition of the novel first published under the title The Unbelievers in the Age of Darwinolutionism

SAM_3145OUTSIDE  Thomas R Lovett, author

Studio Portrait cut  Barbara Gordon, consultant-editor


“Remember this: There are some terrible times coming in the last days. People will love only themselves and money. They will be proud and boast about themselves. They will abuse others with insults. They will not obey their parents. Thy will be ungrateful and against all that is pleasing to God.” [i]

“They will have no love for others and will refuse to forgive anyone. They will talk about others to hurt them and will have no self-control. They will be cruel and hate what is good.” [ii]

“People will turn against their friends. They will do foolish things without thinking of the consequences and will be so proud of themselves. Instead of loving God they will love pleasure.”[iii]

“…Always learning and never able to come to come to a knowledge of the truth.” [iv]

What is truth I wonder. I’m sure we’re not taught much truth in school.

“Jesus said, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life. The only way to the Father is through me.[v]

Was that the protector’s (Holy Spirit’s) or my own thought?

“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.” [vi]

Silvan thinks, “That would be a challenge for me. But if ‘instruction in righteousness’ means by reading this book I may learn how to be a better person that would be worth the effort I reckon. Sounds tame though.

“Carol does good work and gets victimised. Why?  Doing good work should be rewarded not punished but for me it would be a big challenge. Reading this book to learn how to do good work is risky, very risky. If I am caught reading it I would lose my chances of a successful life and also mum and dad’s future. We would be exiled or worse. Rustin is risking his life too.

“It is dangerous to be seen with this book. The security police are looking for it. The government is trying to get hold of it. Why are they willing to go to so much trouble for this harmless little book? What secrets does it contain that are so dangerous to the government? What are they afraid of? It doesn’t make sense.

“What should I do? My mind begins whirling; my senses are on edge. Enticing thoughts flood my mind. ’Hand the book in to the police? Tell them Rustin found it? You would be commended. You might receive a reward. You could say to the police, ‘Is this what you’re looking for?’

“Why am I confused? How can I make sense of this? Where are those enticing words coming from? The protector’s voice breaks through my confusion, ‘Guard your thoughts.’

‘Control yourself and be careful! The devil is your enemy, and he goes around like a roaring lion looking for someone to attack and eat.’ [vii]

“It must have been my spiritual adversary confusing me. The adversary is evil.

“My thoughts become clearer. I know that if I tell dad about the book Rustin will be at greater at risk. Dad is already at risk because of this book being in his home. I should talk to him. It’s only fair. He may want to destroy it or hand it over to the security police himself. That would mean losing the book and wasting all the effort and the risks Rustin and his friends have taken. But it really is up to Dad. It’s his home and Rustin brought the book here without telling dad, behind his back. Rustin is risking our family as well as himself and he gave us no choice.

“Our house has been raided by the state police because of the book. If the security police find out about it we are in big trouble. But I would probably have done the same if I had been in Rustin’s shoes and heard the protector’s voice.

“What else is in this book? I turn back a few pages.”

‘… ask the Father and he will give you another Helper.’ [viii]

“I know I have guardians and access to the protector. I wonder if the protector is the helper or the Father. The man quoted in this book says he will pray to the Father. Maybe he has already and sent the protector or helper who are the guardians. Who is this man?  Forever is a long time.”

‘The Helper is the Spirit of truth. The people of the world cannot accept him because they don’t see him or know him. But you know him. He lives with you and will be in you.’ [ix]

“Who is this Spirit of truth?  The world government doesn’t know him but I think I am beginning to.

“Sometimes he seems to be inside me.

If the world cannot know him then the World Government cannot know him. The voice told me to open my spiritual eyes to see things of the spirit, and that spirit communicates with spirit. Perhaps they don’t have spiritual eyes or won’t open them.”

‘I will not leave you alone like orphans. I will come back to you.’ [x]

“I think he does come to me. I only have to ask and answers come and when I need protection even if I am not aware of the danger he sends the guardians.

“I am learning from experience. This little book seems to explain what I have learned and more. It’s exciting. What will I be learning next?  I recognise some things in this book. But the mysteries in it are probably explaining other things that I have not experienced yet. Perhaps I am not ready for them. Maybe I will be ready for them later. You can’t teach algebra until the student knows arithmetic. You can’t teach calculus until he knows algebra… then the grades of physics. It is like a treasure hunt.”

‘In a very short time the people in the world will not see me anymore. But you will see me. You will live because I live.’ [xi]

“Who is this man?  How can he promise that I will live?  Am I willing to accept his promise?”

‘On that day you will know that I am in the Father. You will know that you are in me and I am in you.’ [xii]

“How is this possible?”

‘Those who really love me are the ones who not only know my commands but also obey them. My Father will love such people, and I will love them. I will make myself known to them.;’ xiii]

  • [i] 2 Timothy 3:1-2 Easy-to-read Version (ERV) © Bible League
  • [ii] 2 Timothy 3:3 ERV
  • [iii] 2 Timothy 3:4 ERV
  • [iv] 2 Timothy 3:7 NKJV
  • [v] John 14:6 NKJV
  • [vi] 2 Timothy 3:16,17
  • [vii] 1 Peter 5:8 ERV
  • [viii] John 14:16 ERV
  • [ix] John 14:17 ERV
  • [x] John 14:18 ERV
  • [xi] John 14:19 ERV
  • [xii] John 14:20 ERV
  • [xiii] John 14:21ERV


  • The Unbelievers in the Age of Darwinolutionism’
  • Revised, retitled and re-launched in 2018 as
  • BATTLE for TRUTH : Resisting the Future One World Government
  • Thomas R. Lovett
  • Foreword by Dr Gabor Agyagasi
  • Now available as an epic E-Book
  • from lmsolutions@iinet.net.au


“The acid test of a book’s usefulness is not how many people read it, or whether newspapers approve of it, but what difference it makes to individuals.” – Garth Lean, London Times editor and Moral Rearmament UK co-founder

“I thought I would get back to you with the feedback from Sally. She is a young woman who is currently writing a book.  She calls me every morning, I think just to make sure I am still alive, since I am so old. :) When you are in your thirties, you think someone in their 60′s is very old indeed. Sally is a real reader and if she says a book is very good, you can bet that is exactly what she thinks. She loved “The Unbelievers…”, said she had put it aside for a couple of months as she was so busy, but sat down to read it the other day, and couldn’t put it down. She read it right through, and just loves it. Said it is one of the best books she has ever read.”                                                                                    – Mary Craddock, Realtor, Ontario, Canada

“This feedback is coming from someone who mainly reads magazines. Tom’s book is the only book I have ever read right to the last page. It blew me away. I was intrigued by the story and couldn’t wait to read the next chapter. I was very moved by some of the scenes, especially when Leah and Charley renewed their love after being cold to each other for so long.  “Then I found I have taken on some of the Carol’s and Silvan’s attitude. The other day I was sitting in the park at Mt Druitt waiting for my doctor’s appointment. There was a youngish woman sitting on a bench nearby. We got talking. She told me she wanted to live long enough to see her seventh grandchild born and then she would die. She has liver disease and she held up a beer bottle. ‘This is why,’ she said. Then some words came to me. I told her that it was only a bottle and she can leave it alone from now on so she can see all her grand children grow up and get married! We talked about her children and grandchildren and about her health, and I kept telling her it is only a bottle and she can just leave it alone… and before I left her, she said to me, ‘Thank you so much…’”          - Retired lady, Rooty Hill NSW.

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