The God Questions: Exploring Life’s Great Questions About God by Hal Seed & Dan Grider is a book you should own if you’re dealing with people seeking honest answers to a few of life’s biggest questions:
- Is God real?
- Is the Bible true?
- Do all roads lead to heaven?
- How can a good God allow suffering?
- Isn’t Christianity a crutch for weak people?
- Why is the church full of hypocrites?
- What’s the purpose of the church?
… and more.
I haven’t read this book from cover to cover yet, but what I have read has been really helpful. In fact, for my study with the college students this past weekend, I simply read the chapters pertaining to the historicity of the Bible instead of typing up a bunch of stuff myself. Fee & Grider summed up the case for me better than I would have and saved me a lot of work in doing so.
This is a quick read, but it packs a punch. The discussion questions at the end of each chapter are good too.
You might consider giving this book a look yourself.