"There are some occupations which tend to be real conversation-killers," writes William Harrison. "Being a theologian is not one of them: the moment that I mention my work, I get tossed a great many difficult questions. I have opted to put all of this material into a book. This is a book for people who live in today's busy society, but want to enter into the rich world of Christian theology." The debate between the disciples of God and Richard Dawkins tends to assume a level of basic theological information which many people lack. Here are the answers to all those questions that people really do ask, about God, and evil, and the Bible and the Church. The conversational format is deliberately accessible; it is theology for the general reader. "This book is not the last word on anything," writes the author: "I hope only that it is the starting word on some very important things for some interested people."