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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
“Question Everything: A Fresh Way to Read the Best-Selling Book of All Time” was written by B. Tyler Ellis. The author has created an interesting way to study the Bible; in this book the reader will find a question pertaining to every verse in the New Testament. Most of the questions appear very simple; however, they are created to get the reader thinking. Too often we read the scriptures and do not comprehend or think about what we have just read; by using this method readers will first read the scripture and then the question. At the end of each chapter the author has a few questions for the reader to answer: “What does the chapter reveal about God? Myself? Others? What difference does it make?”
I enjoy Bible study and was intrigued with the author's approach. I soon realized that I could not answer some of the questions as easily as I expected. This is not a book for an in-depth study but is excellent for a beginner. This would be a great study for a middle school or high school group. The questions could easily stimulate a deeper discussion. The author does not provide answers to the questions; the format leads the reader to find the answers for themselves. There is a big difference between what the scriptures say and what they mean. Too often readers turn to a reference book to define the meaning of the scripture, but with this method of study the reader develops their own understanding. This book will make a great addition to your library.