Ronald F.
Owens, Jr.

Ronald F. Owens Jr. accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and personal savior in 1968 when he was 11 years old.

He believes that the Holy Bible is the inerrant Word of God. He believes that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who was born, lived and died on the cross for our sins and sicknesses to reconcile us to God. He believes that Jesus Christ rose from the dead, ascended to Heaven and imparted the Holy Spirit to help us all live as Christians. He believes in justification, redemption, confession, salvation, reconciliation, sanctification, transformation and glorification.

Owens earned an Associate of Arts degree in social science from Sacramento City College and a Bachelor of Arts degree from California State University, Sacramento. He also studied the Holy Bible at Fuller Theological Seminary, Northern California (Sacramento) Campus.

Owens is a communications professional who has tenured more than 33 years of writing experience. While working at his job by day he has rewritten portions of the Bible in newspaper format (called The Testament Spectator) at night, during the early morning hours, and on the weekend. He has studied the Holy Bible in the State of Israel three times and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan twice. His pilgrimages to the Holy Land have also augmented his writing.

Owens lives near Sacramento, California with his parents, Dora L. Owens and Ronald F. Owens, who are in their 80s.

Ronald F. Owens Jr.