What makes Jesus so intriguing, so disturbing, that we're still talking about Him more than 2,000 years later?
We all have questions about Jesus, but it's hard to get the answers we're looking for--if the answers even exist! New York Times bestselling author Eric Metaxas thinks that life's most important questions are best answered honestly, thoughtfully, and with a generous helping of levity. That's why he wrote this entertaining guide to the most influential individual to have ever lived on the face of the earth.
So if you've got questions about Jesus' life (Did He live at all?), His death (If He truly was the Son of God, why did He have to die?), His resurrection (Seriously? Did Jesus really come back after death?), and much more, then crack open this book and start your inquiry.
"Eric has written a wise, funny, and disarming book, one that will, I'm sure, be handed around dorms, churches, and anywhere smart, curious people (both believers and unbelievers) can get their hands on it."-- Tim Keller, New York Times bestselling author of The Reason for God
"Finally, a book of apologetics that you can give to your friends without cringing!"-- Lauren Winner, author of Girl Meets God and Wearing God
"An excellent primer on the most important questions of life, engagingly presented in question-and-answer format. A timely and useful book for a searching, spiritually hungry America."-- George Gallup Jr., founding chairman of the George H. Gallup International Institute
Eric Metaxas is the New York Times bestselling author of Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to End Slavery and Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy. His writing was first published in Atlantic Monthly and has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, Regeneration Quarterly, Christianity Today, National Review Online, Beliefnet, and First Things. He has been featured numerous times on CNN, FOX, and other television networks and has been a guest on NPR. Metaxas serves on the vestry of Calvary/St. George's Episcopal Church and lives in Manhattan with his wife and daughter.