Lifecycles Revealed inaugurates ResoundLogic's series of theme-based album and discovery unit releases. Each discovery unit is designed to provide a firm, initial foundation of biblical and theological topics, and enable deeper exploration of associated topics on individuals' own terms and at their own pace. Music from the album has been developed in conjunction with each unit to provide artistic complement and perspective to the key overview elements listed in each part of the discovery unit. It's important to note that the music is a supplement to the discovery unit, not vice versa, and this context highlights the true essence and purpose of ResoundLogic: to ultimately guide students of life to the high fidelity truth of God's Word.

The Lifecycles project is based on the Doctrine of Salvation outlined by the Apostles Paul and Peter in the New Testament. The discovery unit and album present the concepts of this doctrine--Election, Reconciliation, Justification, Sanctification, and Glorification--in the divine order of salvation's "lifecycles".

Navigation through the Lifecycles Revealed discovery unit begins by clicking/pressing on the menu icon in the top left corner and selecting "Part 1" from the sliding left menu. Within each part, you're provided with up/previous and down/next buttons to easily scroll through the material, and you can also click on the submenu icon in the top right corner to jump to a specific section using the sliding right submenu. Complete each part in succession as your desire and schedule dictate. Click/press on the "ResoundLogic" logo/link in the sliding left menu to return to the ResoundLogic site at any time.

You'll be provided with key discovery elements in the "Overview" section on the first page of each part, and you'll be given an opportunity at the end of each part to quiz yourself if you wish.

As you proceed through the discovery unit, we encourage you to be mindful of your personal concept of God, reflecting on the omniscience, grace, and love required of Him to offer salvation to us. When you consider the infinite foresight and astonishing implementation of His plan, your comprehension of the gift of salvation, as well as the Giver, should be significantly more appreciable by the end of the discussion unit.