An Intelligent Discussion of the Relevance of Faith. D'Souza addresses 34 of the most interesting and pressing questions being asked about God by believers and skeptics alike. Rather than coming across as having all the answers, she puts her ideas in the form of a conversation.
It's now quite obvious that the amazing Dinesh D'Souza has in fact learned all that he knows from his brilliant daughter, Danielle! So, if you want the real thing, straight from the source, why not skip the middleman and read 'this' book? Seriously, if you have a teenager, you must get this! Tremendous. --Eric Metaxas "New York Times" Bestselling Author of "Bonhoeffer"
Sparing young readers the burdens of theological and doctrinal subtlety, Danielle D'Souza provides sound and instructive glosses on the very foundations of Christianity. Along the way, she liberates young readers from the chains of ignorant prejudice and "selective" histories as she locates the central place of Christianity in the forging and preservation of western civilization. --D. N. Robinson Professor of Philosophy, Oxford University
Danielle D'Souza certainly did not fall far from the tree--her first book foreshadows a vocation as a writer and thinker who is both precocious and influential. Her achievement here is to create reasoned responses to difficult criticisms of Christianity that are often thrown at young people today and to translate them into "teenagerese." My own teenage granddaughter verified for me the aptness of the translation, and its range and depth impressed her--no easy thing to do, I have found. Michael Novak Author, "Washington's God: Religion, Liberty, and the Father of Our Country" and "No One Sees God: The Dark Night of Atheists and Believers"