The author is a a former police detective and a present theologian specializing in Christian apologetics (defense of a belief system) -- that combination makes for a good take on the controversial resurrection of Jesus Christ. He dissects the pros and cons, and then lays out a strong argument. Neat.
Dr. Walp doesn't take the Christian beliefs for granted and offer pat answers to objections. If you have trouble believing that someone came back to life after being dead, he says that's good. You have an open mind to investigate the evidence and come to a logical conclusion. "...No logical thinking individual with any common sense, reason, or rational mind should believe such a story...unless it is true." How do we do that? Investigate the evidence for and against. "The best we can do, humanly and scientifically speaking, is believe something is more likely true than not true and act based on all available facts." We don't rely on "blind faith."
After all his years or research, Dr. Walp concludes: "Christian faith is logical, rational, and based upon solid historical data, and the information is available to all regardless of age, education, or financial status." "Believing the seemingly impossible is possible...if it is true." This short book offers much to think about, and some will be convinced by it. Others might have to go to "bigger" books that lay out the evidence in much more detail. But this book can be a good beginning.