3 Stars Out Of 5
November 7, 2015
This book carries with it some great endorsement (see back cover) but I personally was not impressed with the content. As far as biblical authority is concerned, it is sound, and it touches on a broad range of topics which are essential to apologetics so I applaud it for introducing people to all these concepts, which I suppose is the main goal of this book; however, these topics lack substance so they sometimes, at least in my mind, raise more questions than answers. For example, there is a good chapter on contradictions, but a harmony is provided for the "blind beggar (bartimaeus)" which I thought was insufficient; in chapter 2, the author states that Solomon "Once tried hard not to believe in God" and that he "shook off religion like a wet dog" but I am not sure what he is talking about (though he makes his point). I hoped to offer this as a suggestion for one of my churches sunday school classes, but I don't think that this book presents biblical authority issues in a strong enough way.