By Andy Stanley
Reviewed by Diane Busch
This book discusses the universal question people ask: “Do good people go to heaven?” If good people go to heaven, who decides who is good enough? What if we just miss the mark by a little bit? If God decides who or what is good enough, why didn’t He tell us how good we have to be in terms we understand? Most “religions” answer the question, but Christianity is different. Jesus said, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life; No man comes to the Father but by me.” Jesus made the sacrifice. We just have to believe and accept his free gift of salvation.
Stanley concludes that Christianity is true and Christianity is fair. This is a great little book for the Christian, non-Christian, skeptic, questioner, or seeker. If you can’t read the whole book, I highly suggest you read the last chapter.