Dr. Hollins writes out a study on the conundrum of self-proclaimed Christians who have difficulty even liking others when Jesus commanded all human beings to love each other. She draws on the study and research of credible pastors, preachers and professors to gauge the roots of this issue and how it can be overcome. By breaking down the love commandment in Matthew 22, she helps readers reach a new level of spiritual understanding and a renewed conviction about genuine Christianity. This topic is the elephant in the room throughout contemporary Christianity in America. It addresses the question that all those who are not Christians continually ask: why do Christ's followers not follow Him? It is a brave topic that is not addressed nearly enough in the Christian non-fiction genre and it will stand out to individuals from all walks of life, involved in all various industries. Though this is an academic manuscript, it is replete with Bible verses. The author shows that God's word is the highest level of learning and although the study was originally written for purposes of higher education, it is not so complicated that the average reader will not be able to follow the author's thoughts. This makes the book accessible to everyone and broadens the scope of your potential audience. At no point will a reader feel like the author has written personal opinions. She offers logical discourse and rational conclusions arising from reputable sources. This is imperative for a book with a message that is usually hard for people to accept. Christians need to face the fact that they do not love as they should. The author facilitates that by not writing with bias and not passing judgment.