I met Jonathan in a couple of forums over the internet. When the subject is religion and philosophy you surely expect passion and hot debates. But Jonathan stood apart for his calmness and patience, probably due to his teaching background. When I learned he wrote this book, I decided to give it a try.
And it was worth it! Don't be fooled by his philosophy background. Thankfully you will not see any logic equation that would be pretty boring. It's all in plain English. The format is very interesting: Questions and comments well mixed. You may find some questions very funny, but very often the funnier are the most profound.
It's a book for the believer and non-believer. And that's very difficult to achieve, a definitive "plus". Jonathan's intention is thought provoking and it's a must for believers who dare to ask questions, and I am sure I made dozens of them when I was a believer. And non-believers will find a bunch of questions they never thought about.
My suggestion: read it slowly, taste every question for a couple of minutes. You won't regret it.