References: Ecclesiastes 4Trapped in the dangerous darkness of life without God, the writer searches frantically for some light on the path. Growing cynical about intellectual achievement, he embraces the absurd and the irrational. Life on the fast-track gives him everything and leaves him nothing. He climbs high on the ladder of life only to make the tragic discovery that it was propped against the wrong wall. These studies touch the pulse of a generation caught between material prosperity and spiritual poverty.
David Robertson, author of The Dawkins Letters, says that he was told by the leader of an atheist society: "Okay, I admit that you have destroyed my atheism, but what do you believe?" This book is his answer: an apology of faith in the face of atheism and a response to the shouts of God is Not Great! by the late Christopher Hitchens.