What is truth? This question, asked by Pilate, a Roman governor in Jerusalem, has echoed down through the centuries and still has ramifications today. His job as representative of Rome and Roman law required that he discover out the truth about the charges brought against the prisoner before him. So he asked Jesus. The answer Jesus gives and Pilate's reaction are enlightening. The truthfulness of Jesus' words matter. Will you respond in the same way as Pilate?
The writing is simple but by no means simplistic; the tone is warm but not sentimental; the gospel call is winsome but never lacking in challenge. I warmly recommend that you buy these books, read them for your own encouragement, and then consider which of the non-Christian people in your life you will give them to. -- Tony Payne In an increasingly complex and, to some degree, daunting world Dave Helm is a sense-maker. So in each of the areas: Religion, Relationships, Suffering, Truth, Doubt and Hope, you'll find the echo of your questions and the timeless unpredictable wisdom and rebuke of the Galilean. My plea is that you can make time to engage with what couldn't be more important. -- Rico Tice The church in western society has never had a greater need for books like this to give to inquirers who are open to considering what real Christianity looks like. These six short studies are gems of lucidity. Use them! -- Tim Keller