This book seems to be written from a rather calvinist perspective but also presents the liberal views on the Bible. It is fine, but with its layout, contents (inserts), questions, etc. it is designed for children or teenagers but not for adults (or at least not for adults in continental Europe. Some say that youth in the UK and US have a low educational level because they spend much time playing games, sports, music, etc. at primary and high school instead of studying, and because the parents can oppose theirstaying in a class for a second year?). The books published by Baker that I bought so far had were written more seriously (e. g. the books of Geisler or Moreland), so I was expecting a book of the same level and am disappointed . Baker could have used one of their collections for simple books (such as Revell), they seemed to have made a category mistake.