Can you imagine a young man deemed medically unfit to study medicine in the Navy during World War II, then a few months later, being pronounced physically fit for training to lead a platoon of men in combat in the Army? This is exactly the tactic God used to provide a medical education for the poverty stricken, hopelessly naive son of a Georgia tenant farmer. And He accomplished this miracle through a meaningless, “unmentionable,” congenital deformity. Rock — Further Proof of God’s Sense of Humor relates this true, humorous and dramatic story.
In his thinly veiled autobiography of the first 25 years of his life, Rock — Further Proof of God’s Sense of Humor, Doc relates incidents that range from mundane to sidesplitting to spine tingling. You will need to look no further than Rock’s story to be convinced that God truly does have a sense of humor.
Laugh as the plot of Rock — Further Proof of God’s Sense of Humor unfolds and Dr. Osborne’s prediction comes true that “he won’t have no peers among little pee-ers.” Stand in awe as Rock finally realizes the preciseness of God’s provision for his need.