on August 12, 2015
Randall is a thoughtful, smart guy who shares his story in an honest, insightful way. His story shares similarities with many notable people including Abraham Lincoln, Lee Strobel, Josh McDowell, etc. From atheist to... changed!
on October 27, 2009
This book is worth reading and although it contains nothing new, and is not spectacular, it is the prior qualifications, achievements and lifestyle of the Author, and the changes he has made, that is impressive. He has changed his entire lifestyle and he provides a collection of definite evidence that was enough for him to make the 'leap of faith' that is essential in becoming a Christian. I would recommend this book and this author and would give it to a non believer. Graham
on May 22, 2007
Wow. Just wow. This is a great read. Niles put a lot of research into this book and tells his story from an objectionable perspective, which is often hard for most people to do. It throws a lot of information at the reader (I'll reread it) without coming off as preachy or trying to beat anything into his audience. Fantastic and highly recommended.
on March 8, 2007
This was a pleasurable read. The author presents some potentially dry material in a low key style which allows easy digestion. The amount of research this gentlemen did was quite astounding. His journey marks the trail, making the path for all who follow much smoother and easier to travel. The author seems to have turned over every stone in his search. If anyone is interested enough in finding truth regarding the science/religion conflict, this is a must not miss publication.
on March 26, 2005
"What Happened to Me?" is, in my opinion, the most important book of the young third millennium, A.D. Mr. Niles presents a case for the existence of God, the integrity of the Bible, and the deity of Christ Jesus in a readable, concise, compelling book.
I was most impressed by the book's "everyday" style, that moves the reader along. The author makes friends with us early and is fun, transparent and believable. As an attorney, this former atheist took on the challenge of reading 100 books - a journey which immersed him in seeking answers to the essential questions for the human mind.
I suggest that every learned leader, every homeschool library, and, especially all who would aspire to the offices of apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor, and/or teacher have an oft-referred-to copy of this powerful book near at hand.