The essence of Mr. Steiner's book is contained in his assertion that "The only real truth about God is that none of us really know the truth. The devout should stop claiming they have all the answers." This is a well-argued, entertaining book that fits comfortably on the shelf next to the likes of Hitchens, Dawkins and Harris. Value is added to the genre by its autobiographical nature. Aunt Bertha is real, and much in need of "answering." The fact that Steiner was raised in the evangelical tradition lends his book both credibility and poignancy.