Guest Post by Dane Ortlund

When I pick up a book advocating robust evangelical belief and find an endorsement from a leading, published atheist, that’s a book I’m intrigued to read.

Heather Campbell, Vice President of the Atheist Coalition of San Diego, writes of Life’s Biggest Questions: What the Bible Says about the Things that Matter Most by Erik Thoennes:

Socrates’ well-known statement, ‘The unexamined life is not worth living,’ sets the premise for this book, which clearly, concisely, and thoughtfully presents answers, and also helps readers think through the implications for their own lives.

Erik raises 16 questions (Does God exist? Who is Jesus? What is a human being? How will it all end? etc) and in under 200 pages gives biblical, lucid answers, providing many charts and other illustrative material. An ideal book to work through with a new believer, or someone genuinely exploring Christianity.

More info on the book here, including a downloadable PDF of the first three chapters.