There was a time when the deity of Jesus was the stumbling-block to salvation for some, yet it was safe to assume they believed in God. Today we can assume nothing. And the questions about life that people have are bigger: Who are we? Where did I come from? Is there a God? And if so, does this God care about what's going on in my life? David Helm and Jon Dennis believe that the answers are found where Christianity began. Not in the Godpels with the person of Jesus, but rather, back in Genesis with the introduction of God and His work in the world. Based on conversations they've had with university students they pastor, Helm and Dennis have written a book for all who have a healthy uncertainty about life's big questions--those who while knowing many things, reserve a measure of doubt on most everything. Using the Socratic method, the authors challenge readers to wrestle first with the text of Scripture itself rather than with systematic questions. The authors' hope is that through a candid conversation with Genesis, curious readers will find the answers they're seeking.