This book is excellent! The writer's contribution to rational evangelism in an increasingly postmodern context is much-needed and very helpful. His "positive deconstruction" is a much better model, in my opinion, than the slick and formulaic evangelism methods often presented in other books. My only regret is that his plan of salvation does not include the necessity of baptism (immersion). Although he quotes from Acts 2:37-38, he glosses over the baptism portion, making it only a public confession of faith. The rest was quite good, and I plan to reread it again soon and take notes!
What I love about Pollard's book, is that it is not simply about apologetics or learning "techniques" on how to do evangelism. It is really about learning the art of dialogue and how to engage those who come from completely different worldviews. This is an honest and forthright book, written by an author who does not claim to know all the answers, but really knows how to humbly engage non-Christians in real dialogue. I loved this book. I think that it should be must reading for any Evangelical Christian who ministers to skeptics.