When a book is compared to the classic “Mere Christianity” by C. S. Lewis then it must be worth a look. Reviewers have lauded N.T. Wright’s discussion of Christianity and his unique approach to discussing the topic. Wright begins by asking why it is that people sense injustice when they hear of hungry children in the world. He wonders why it is that people everywhere sense beauty when they see a red rose. He asks why we have these feelings and experiences that transcend who we are as individuals. And from these questions there springs a book on Christianity! The University Church read this book and discussed it in our “Table Talk” theology discussion group. – Review by Julian.