Review from Christian Education Journal, volume 5, Spring 2008, Biola University

" . . . having been an academic skeptic himself, (Pearson) understands and speaks the language of the intellectual cynic.  The book is a 'must read' for everyone.  While Pearson writes to the average church attendee, his practical and pragmatic apologetic speaks to all. . . .  I wholeheartedly and without reservation recommend this book."

Review from Outreach magazine March/April 2007 and posted on

"The strength of first-time author Pearson . . . lies in his ability to respectfully articulate what other faiths believe about the Bible.  He delves into textual criticism, providing a clear and user-friendly methodology for dealing with problematic passages of Scripture - such as the Gospels' two feedings of the crowds.  The questions for discussion make it perfect for seeker or small groups."

German Book Cover

German Book Cover

Review from

"Many books on apologetics tell you what to think, but not many tell you why to think that way.  Glenn Pearson examines the what, why, and how of critical thinking, showing how man-made filters on biblical thinking can alter what was intended in the text.  Moving past that, he provides sound principles to deal with any perceived problems in the Bible.  Less a collection of answers to specific questions raised in scripture but more of a primer on critical thinking skills as they relate to God's Word, That's a Great Question helps Christians move from simple answers to find the tools to open the truths of the Bible up for themselves."

Review from Acton Institute Powerblog, November 3, 2015

"Pearson is unquestionably an ardent, Evangelical Christian, with a deep appreciation for modern Enlightenment thinking.  It is worth the read if you often find yourself searching examples of winsome Christian defense in the midst of today's rising secularism."

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