If you are a believer, and are looking to reinforce your beliefs, this book is for you. It is fairly well organized, there aren't many grammatical errors that I caught, and the arguments it makes are fairly consistent with mainstream Christian thought. It's also easy to understand and follow.
If, however, you are hoping to use this book to win converts, just know that it won't convince anyone who doesn't already accept much of what the book asserts. There are even a few areas where the author could have taken a step back, and realized he was cutting his own legs out from under himself. Take the following as the type of argumentation this book employs right off the bat, and continues to build upon, "...those who adhere to a biblical worldview do not rely upon their own arbitrary assumptions as a tool to construct their own explanations for what exists. They begin by assuming what the Bible reveals about reality is true." That's right, believers do not rely on their own 'arbitrary' assumptions, they instead arbitrarily assume everything the Bible says is true. So, even according to his own argument, they do the thing he says they don't do. From there, the arguments really do not get much better.
This book puts forth an excellent presuppositional argument for the truths of Christianity in a mere 105 pages. As the author states in his introduction:
"This is a book about worldviews. Everybody has one, but most individual never really pay attention to their own personal philosophy of life. Every subject we think about is filtered through our world view. The picture of reality we hold in our minds is what we use at the most basic level to answer every question in life. The bigger question, of course, is whether or not the picture of reality we hold is actually true. Presuppositions are the heart of everyone's views of reality. Many people only pretend to seek truth in order to justify their preconceived notions of reality."
The author then goes on to PROVE (!) why Christianty is true and all other worldviews are false. Topics covered include:
Can all views be true? Presuppositions and Worldviews Faith and Reason Christian Presuppositions Pseudo-Christianity Knowing Biblical Christiantiy is True Do Christians Reason in a Circle? God and Evil Atheism and Agnosticism Creation or Evolution? Thoughts on World Religion
If you are a christian, this book will strengthen your faith. If you are a nonbeliever, it will challenge you and give you some very interesting ways of thinking these topics through. Everyone can profit from reading this book. Highly recommended especially for home schooling families.
Small, concise, and accurate. The perfect book for an introductory apologetics primer or for the straddling skeptic who wants to see why Christianity is what it claims to be. Very clearly written. Distribute this book before Strobel's A Case for Christ or anything else of that nature. Of course, read it yourself, too!