These include knowing and understanding Yahowah’s Word, His Name, His Teaching, His Covenant, His Terms, His Invitations, and His Way.
The purpose of An Introduction to God is to establish a proper foundation from which to embark on your quest to know and relate to Yahowah.
Walking away from these corrupt human institutions is in fact the lone prerequisite for participating in the Covenant relationship. As an interesting aside, if you are an agnostic, God’s complete disassociation from religion may eliminate most of your objections to Him. In fact, most of those who have benefited from the testimony which is set out before you were formerly agnostics.
It is much easier for them to examine evidence logically than it is for those plagued by religious beliefs. At best I’m a flawed implement, a dented, dull, and misshapen tool.
As is the case with light, Yahowah sees the past, present, and future as if they were all here and now.
So my advice is: please read An Introduction to God before you continue with Yada Yah.
That is not to say that we won’t cover some of the same ground. And so in Yada Yah you will discover a wealth of information which is not revealed in the Introduction to God – just as there is an overwhelming amount of pertinent material presented in the Introduction to God which isn’t duplicated in Yada Yah.
In it you are given the tools and the perspective required to observe Yahowah’s testimony on your own.
In that book, the unique nuances of Hebrew, the language of revelation, are revealed.