'Rico Tice and Barry Cooper skilfully relate timeless truth to our pluralistic, pop culture in a refreshingly relaxed and honest approach that draws the reader into the great adventure of discovering for himself who Jesus is. Using a secular approach to reach the secular mind, and based on Mark's biography of Jesus, Christianity Explored is logical, reasonable, humorous, easy to read - and true! For starters, I want six copies - one to keep and five to give away!'
- Anne Graham Lotz, January 2004
'Christianity Explored is the best resource I have ever read for knowing Jesus Christ. It is clear, precise and very enjoyable.'
- Pat Lam - rugby international
'Here's what I really like about this book: it's honest, hiding nothing. It doesn't mince its words and tells it straight. It focuses on the authentic portrait of Jesus as painted in Mark's Gospel.'
- Dr John Stott - author and President of the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity
'We're all looking for truth. This book is easy to read and easy to understand. It just tells you straight. I read the book three times!'
- Inga Tuigamala - rugby international
'What a brilliant book. I really can't praise it too highly. It is the most readable evangelistic book I think I have ever read and ideal for our teenagers at camp too... a real page-turner.'
- Paul Bolton - Schools worker and Leader of IWERNE
'An evangelistic book which takes readers to the text of Scripture has got to be a good idea... It is well written and quite a page-turner... There is a warmth and solidity to the book... It is reminiscent of some of the great 'studenty' evangelistic books of the past which used to be written by people like David Watson and Michael Green. The book is to be particularly recommended for the clarity of the message and the fact that it pulls no punches with respect to Jesus's demand for discipleship, that we must take up the cross if we are to follow him. It would be good to give to any non-Christian and certainly would make a fine follow-up to any Christianity Explored course. Well done, you guys!'
- John Benton - Evangelicals Now, July 2002
'This would be a useful resource for someone doing the talks of a Christianity Explored course. There are a number of fresh stories and illustrations to steal! A punchy, well-illustrated picture of Jesus... Christianity Explored is a welcome addition to the evangelistic armoury.'
- John Woods - Christian Herald, August 2002