I bought this as a Kindle book and it comes with an interesting little layout with a large blank space after each questions as if to enter your own answers. Not that this is much good with a basic Kindle.
There are no answers or even a commentary, just a biblical reference, which is a pity as a little more background information would have been interesting with some of the questions, although some of them are obviously rhetorical.
The questions range from the meaningful - "Does God tempt people(Genesis 22:1)or not (James 1:13)?" and "If God himself was Jesus' real father, then why do the genealogies in Matthew (1:6-16) and Luke (3:23-31) matter, since Joseph apparently had nothing to do with Jesus' conception?" to the banal "Is a Christian house a peaceful house (Luke 12:51-53)?" By the end of the book you rather feel he's scraping the barrel.
It's safe to say the book raises more questions than it answers, and merely referring to the bible will not answer most of them - it's more complex than that. I feel that the author has cheated a bit by just listing the questions and leaving his readership in a theological vacuum. Most will have no idea where to turn for more help.
Still with the right tools it could be an interesting spring board for some investigative bible studies.