We all have questions we want to ask God, and this book goes over some of the most popular questions women consider. I found the book intriguing, but somtimes repetitive.
First off this book is not for the hardcore skeptic. It would have not put me at ease about the questions I was asking a couple of years ago when I was asking many questions about my faith, which caused doubt. This book is for a Christian woman who have questions that can be easily found in the Bible though.
I actually view this book as more of a Bible directory to the questions we may struggle to find ourselves, but with guidance can be found easily in the Bible. I think some of these questions don't have simple answers, and if you're seriously contemplating them this book may not put you at ease until you truly come to terms with the answers yourself.
This book is setup to be a conversation with God, Jesus, and various women biblical characters. I'm always conflicted about how I feel about those types of books, because it seems arrogant as the author to say you know what God would exactly say in this circumstance. The book keeps to using Bible verses closely to best navigate what might be said by these appearances in the book though.
Overall the book is an interesting read. There were some questions that were answered satisfyingly, and some that feel bit like it could have been answered with more. The book does good to stick with topics women may in particular need guidance on though.
*This book was provided by Thomas Nelson's Booksneeze program in exchange for a review.