He didn't understand the task set before him. Before even opening the book I always like to read the description on the back. His book is described as being a "Fully Update", "Expanded", and "Revised" edition. It boasts of "leaving no stone left unturned". I found this humorous as I held a small paperback in my hand. This book was a hefty 137 pages, double spaced, size 14 font. It took me a whole 2 days to read. I wonder how he could claim to "leave no stone left unturned" when he didn't even deal with some of the main evidences for Christianity. He never addressed
- Manuscript evidences for the reliability of the New Testament
- How to explain away fulfilled prophecy
- Historical arguments for the Resurrection of Jesus; you would think if you were going to attack a religion you would address their central belief!!!
He showed an utter lack of scholarship. Also, on the back of his book he claimed to build a case for an "In depth study" against Christianity. But let us look at his scholarly research. On page 22 of his book, when speaking about the historical figure Jesus of Nazareth, he says, "For whose existence we have little to no evidence...".