Help My Unbelief is for a small but growing number of Christians who are asking critical questions about their faith, their church's history, and the Bible. Around the 60s CE doubts arose as tensions within Judaism escalated, questions about Jesus and his delayed return were voiced, and Roman persecutions intensified. Jesus was one of a number of itinerant preachers, miracle-workers, and insurrectionaries. What set him apart from others? Using the Gospel of Mark the author demonstrates that doubts existed within the early Christian community. Doubting Christians can take comfort that Mark addressed these issues then and thus provides a guide for living in today's ever-questioning world of faith. J. Timothy Allen is a professor of humanities at Strayer University and has over twenty years of pastoral experience. His other works include A Theology of God-Talk: The Language of the Heart (2002).