These are some questions that I hope will be addressed by reading it:
- Will I get a sense of Miller's theology? How does he view God - as Lord and Master, as a nice guy who wants us all to be happy and spread cheer, or what?
- In what regard does Miller hold the Bible - as the inerrant Word of God (profitable for doctrine, reproof, correction, instruction in righteousness), or as something less?
- How much value does Miller place on the 'experience' of the Christian life as opposed to the 'doctrines' of the faith?
- Does Miller discuss how Christians ought to be? If so, what ought they be and how does it relate to what they ought to be doing?
- What phrases or words will Miller employ so that he can appear 'hip' or 'cool'?
- If Miller is going to discuss Christian spirituality, will he give a definition or just assume I know what he means?
- Is this a book that is necessary, or just filler on the bookshelves? What I mean is, will I get an idea as to why Miller wrote it?
Miller has his own site.